Man tells husbands that they should monitor what their wives wear out

Man tells husbands that they should monitor what their wives wear out

- A man has taken to social media to advise men to monitor what their wives wear when they go out

- According to the man, identified as Emeka Rodstick Ezeh, indecent dressing is getting out of hand

- The post has since gone viral on social media platforms with mixed reactions

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Earlier on, Briefly.co.za reported the news of how Facebook users Wayne Michaels made a case for domestic violence on his page. According to Wayne, a man only hits a woman to correct her and the woman should also desist from doing the same thing that angered her man in the first place.

Well, it appears to be raining unlicenced marriage counsellors on social media as yet another man dished out some interesting pieces of advice.

Identified as Emeka Rodstick Ezeh on Facebook, he advised on the platform that husbands should monitor what their wives wear out. According to him, some women are getting out of hand with indecent dressing.

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See his post below:

Monitor what your wives wear out - Nigerian man urges husbands

Screenshot of Emeka Rodstick's post
Source: Facebook

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Just recently, Facebook user Echezona Enebeli took to the platform to give reasons why he believes a woman should never strive to be more successful than her husband.

According to him, it is okay for a woman to be more successful than her husband if it is merely by providence, but it is wrong for a woman to strive to be more successful than her spouse as women were made to be helpmates and not competitors.

Unsurprisingly, this opinion drew significant criticism online, with many pointing out that it not only incorrect, but also woefully out-of-date.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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