In-Laws Stop Fighting Wives for Properties: Laura Ikeji Blows Hot as She Advises Fellow Women, Husbands
- Laura Ikeji has taken to social media with a lengthy post in which she shared some important words of advice with fellow women
- The lifestyle influencer spoke against the disturbing trend of in-laws taking over properties left behind by a man instead of letting the wives take possession
- Ikeji also made it clear that husbands should learn to start telling their partners about everything without leaving any stone unturned
- Her post stirred different reactions from fellow women in the online community with some of them dropping their two cents
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Popular lifestyle influencer, Laura Ikeji, wasn’t smiling as she recently took to her Instagram page to bare her mind on a topic dear to her heart.
Ikeji wondered why in-laws often make the move to take possession of a man’s properties in the case that he is no longer alive instead of leaving it to the wives and children left behind.
A displeased Ikeji charged in-laws who are fond of such to stop harassing wives and stop fighting for properties they never worked for.
Stop hiding things from your wives
In a different portion of her post, the lady addressed men and stressed the importance of being open to their wives.
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She noted that men should learn to tell their wives everything and even make them oversee their affairs because women need to be protected.
See her post below:
Reactions trail Laura's post
"I wholeheartedly agree."
"Sometimes blame the husband from hiding some of this property to the wife or children."
"Na poverty dey cause all this thing and when you marry a man who trust and values his family more than the family he is building (wife &kids)."
"Women should invest more in themselves .. we cant win battles with the in-laws some of them are so diabolical … but when a woman has her own then all that won’t even matter."
"The same reason one need to think outside the box wives get to work build yours and put your name on it. There is no law against that."
Laura Ikeji happily shows off her new chin
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that months after getting her nose worked on, popular fashion influencer, Laura Ikeji decided to get another part of her face changed.
The mum of two took to her Instagram page with a video of the moment she got injected on the chin and what it looks like after.
Despite how excited Laura is for her new look, some people have pointed out that the procedure was an unnecessary one.