- A man who thinks he's wise has advised men against getting married without being financially fit, saying such a venture is risky
- The man with the Twitter handle @oku_yungx said any man struggling should never keep a woman as a housewife
- According to him, any financially incapable man who does such is digging his own grave because things are difficult these days
A man has taken to social media to advise men against marriage if they are still struggling financially.
According to the guy with the Twitter handle @oku_yungx, a man who is still struggling financially should never think of marrying a woman and keeping her as a housewife.
He said any man who does that is digging his own grave because life is tough right now.
In his words:
"If you are man still struggling and you want to marry a woman and keep as housewife, you just started digging your grave."
@oku_yungx said marriage should not cross the mind of any man who is not financially fit, neither should adding another mouth.
"If you have a job and she has a great business / job, why not?"
Many react to the young man's post
People soon flooded the comment section of the man's post to share their opinions.
"What kinda woman wanna be a housewife? That shiii is freaking booooring."
"Never marry a jobless woman."
"Bro you said it all."
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More advice for jobless men
Briefly News previously reported that former presidential aide Reno Omokri gave a piece of advice to Nigerian men planning to get married without a job or a steady income.
The politician took to his Twitter page to advise his followers against marrying and welcoming kids to the world without a job.
He said anyone who makes the mistake of doing such has automatically made an agreement with poverty.
"Nobody plans to be broke, busted and disgusted. However, when you marry and have kids without a job, or a steady income, you automatically make a pact with poverty to be broke, busted and disgusted. Carry money before you marry your honey."
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