- A Nigerian man recently took to social media to share his view on marriages
- Identified as Harry D Vil on Facebook, he believes there is nothing like 50/50 in marriages
- According to him, men are the heads of the home and women shouldn't get carried away with social media
A Nigerian man identified as Harry D Vil on Facebook has shared his thoughts on how he believes a home should be run.
When it comes to relationships and marriages, it appears there is no one particular rule to follow in order to maintain a good and healthy home. While some people believe in putting in equal efforts, there are others who don't.
One of such is Vil who recently stated that there is nothing like 50/50 in marriages and that a husband is superior to his wife.
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He wrote: "Don't let civilization break your home, there is nothing like 50/50 in marriage. Your husband is your boss. Don't let social media brainwash you."
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In a similar story, 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".
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In other news, a married Nigerian man identified as Maduakor Wiseman Jesus has taken to his Facebook page to advise married men about success. The man advised men to stop discussing their plans with their wives if they want to succeed.
The man asked married men to discuss their plans with their mothers and sisters instead of wives if they want to be successful in the future.
In the Facebook post, the man noted that mothers and sisters give better advice than wives. He added that wives are a threat to the destiny of their husbands.
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