- Clara Chekwube, a Nigerian woman on Twitter, has said that she does not think she is on the same level with her husband in marriage
- The woman said that no matter how modern the world is, she will always respect her husband
- A Nigerian man with handle @owoyemi_olabode in response to her tweet said his parents' marriage broke down because of his mother
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A Nigerian woman with the name Clara Chekwube has spoken about what is expected of a woman in marriage.
In a post on the micro-messaging platform on Friday, May 8, she said "no matter how modern the world gets", she will never believe she and her husband are mates.
Chekwube went further and said that there is always a hierarchy in marriage, adding that she believes as a traditional woman, her "husband is the head of the home.
She added that he is the CEO and she could be the manager.
Read her tweet below:
In response to her tweet, a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @owoyemi_olabode said that his parents' marriage failed because his mother was not submi*ssive to his dad.
He said that he learnt a lesson from that and would never marry a girl who will be in constant ego war with him.
Below is his tweet:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an 87-year-old man caught the attention of the public after he decided to sell houses and parcels of land he had given his children.
Simon Kamakia from Arusha, Tanzania, said he took the controversial decision after his own children failed to attend his wedding.
It was gathered that Simon had married a second wife after the mother to his children passed on in 2015.
The 40-year-old wife is reportedly the one who compelled the old man to sell all his land and houses.
“They did not come to the wedding, therefore, embarrassing me. I did not like it to see there was no one close to me in church,” said Simon.
He further noted that he sold all the land where his children and relatives lived since they did not support his decision to remarry.
“I had already fenced my place ahead of construction. He wanted to relocate my brother to my place so he sells his land to ...who works at Tanesco.
“I was given a letter to suspend any kind of construction. When I came back, our father rushed to the police station to report that we had threatened him using machetes,” Nosim Simon said.
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