- Koo Kofi, a young man on Facebook says men who still believe ladies must know how to perform house chores to be good wives are primitive
- According to him, wives of rich men and princes do not cook, clean & wash but still have great marriages
- The post generated a lot of interesting reactions particularly from ladies as some disagreed
A gentleman named Koo Kofi on Facebook has heaped reactions with a post that asserts that a woman in the 21st century does not need to be able to perform house chores to be a good wife.
In the post that was made in the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the gentleman indicated that men who still hold the view that a good wife must be able to cook, clean, and wash have a third-century mindset.
To buttress his point, Koo Kofi said wives of rich kings and princes do not perform domestic chores and men should stop being poor in order to give their wives the good life they deserve.
The post generated so many reactions from social media users.
Portia Mensah-Bonsu, for instance, said:
One thing I have learnt from my mother is to cook my husband's meals no matter what! Do we know what goes into cooking? Hm
Having these home skills as a woman doesn't make you a slave! It's the basics of being a woman. But men learn to normalize luxury also...
But choose a woman hu at least has dese skills ...3y3 important
Leninsor Kakrabah-quarshie suggested:
Choices.....just go for what works for you. One man's meat is another man's poison. One wants a woman who cooks and cleans, fine. Another wants to hire help so his woman will only dress up, look pretty, paint her nails and relax.....fine. Everybody is happy, it shouldn't be so complicated wai.
Abena Shazy Woraeyewaa, a lady, disagreed with the post:
Oh how can you marry a woman who can't do at least simple house chores not necessarily in perfect doing oo
In another love story, a local woman has caused a rift in social media users after sharing that her mom cooked every day for several years. While many women still manage the domestic affairs of their respective households, the post definitely triggered many Twitter users who found the behaviour quite sexist.
@Mpoomy_Ledwaba shared the post that had everyone talking.
"I need my mom to explain how she has cooked every day for so many years." she writes in the thought-provoking post.
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