- A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to advise wives about financial responsibilities in the home
- Identified on Twitter as @Queen_Minic, she stated that the duty of the husband is not to take care of his in-laws
- @Queen_Minic advised women to get jobs and take up the responsibility of taking care of their own parents and siblings
A Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as @Queen_Minic recently shared a piece of advice to women about their responsibilities to their immediate families.
According to her, women should understand that it is not their husband's responsibility to take care of their immediate family (wife's parents and siblings). She advised women to become more financially responsible.
She wrote: "The duty of your husband is not to take care of your immediate family. Have something doing. It is your responsibility to take care of your family (siblings and parents)not that of your husband. Let it be his CHOICE to do. Don’t FORCE it on him, Sis."
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According to a lady identified as Mumy B Oyigbo who shared the videos on Facebook, she had sighted the couple trekking on the road and noticed the sick wife was on the verge of dying.
Oyigbo stated that the outcome would have been fatal if she had not come along to help them get to the hospital.
In other news, Nigerian pastor, Kingsley Okonkwo, has joined the feminism movement conversation and from the look of it, he is clearly not in support of gender equality.
Starting off the conversation by saying the way boys are raised is very different from girls as the boys need more direction, he went on to say male and female are not the same, claiming this is backed by scripture, science and statistics.
According to him, the feminism movement is backed by sentiments. Okonkwo described the movement as one influenced by Satan. According to him, the devil is using broken people who witnessed abuse or had absentee fathers, to push for gender equality.
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