A Nigerian woman identified as Adenike Agbeja, has taken to social media to advise wives to treat their husbands as kings and not their mate.
According to Adenike , wives should treat their husbands with respect and pamper them as Kings.
She further advised wives not to allow ego and familiarity make them treat their husbands as a common man. She said familiarity shouldn’t reduce their husband’s worth in their eyes, or make them disrespect him.
In her words;
“Your husband is your king and not your mate. Don’t allow ego and familiarity reduce his worth in your eyes. Bitter truth”
Her stance has had people debating on social media, with some people, particularly feminists… not agreeing with her.
In other news, Nigerian movie veteran, Eucharia Anunobi sent a message to men who feel they’re entitled to be respected by their wives even though they do not respect their wives.
In a post on her Instagram page, the celebrated thespian laid out some bad attitudes some men have towards their wives and asks if they think they deserve to be respected despite having such an attitude.
She says women deserve to be nurtured and be given much attention and sweet talks and if men don’t work towards making themselves better in their relationships, then they should only expect the backside of marriage.
“Wait ooo , So you think you’re ENTITLED to be respected by your wife when : you talk to her rudely , never compliments her , never thanks her for cooking the meals , never sweet talks her before expecting her to perform amazingly in the other room , always comparing her to other women , never hugs her expect when you intend getting down, ( now covid 19 is helping your ministry of distancing yourself from her ) talking down on her , her opinions and views . Sir , if you don’t make a renewed COMMITMENT to rebuild your marital relationship, you will only see the backside of marriage !! Please rebuild your wife now , because all women need attention and sweet talks !!!!!!!!”.
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