- A man identified as Akinbosola Adeyemi has taken to social media to advise ladies about dumping men who treat them as if they are their child
- Adeyemi, who is a relationship coach, is not a fan of men who get upset over accountability from their partners; according to him, such men are 'toxic and prone to be abusive'
- Many internet users have shared their thoughts on the matter; while some agreed, others countered him
A relationship coach, Akinbosola Adeyemi, recently left tongues wagging over his recent post that focused on accountability in relationships.
Adeyemi in a recent tweet advised women to dump men who behave as if they are their father or mother. According to him, men who get upset over the whereabouts of their partners tend to be toxic and abusive.
"Your boyfriend is your boyfriend! He is not your parent!! He has not right to know where you are or what you to every time! You are an adult!! If he gets upset like mad upset because he can’t reach you or you don’t text back, dump that nigga. He’s toxic and prone to abuse you."
Reacting to the tweet, a Nigerian man shared a story in a bid to counter the narrative that people shouldn't be accountable to their partners. In the tweet, he recounted how being accountable to his wife saved him a lot of trouble.
"Last week, I was on my way to Owode when my wife called me. “Where are you babes?" I replied “Y’m on my way to Owode” she said “yeah, you told me you are going there today. Please turn back, hoodlums are robbing people there.” It was true. Imagine I didn’t owe her accountability."
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Twitter user, Doctor Emmanuel, opined that such advice should apply to people in friends-with-benefit relationships.
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Someone advised him to be careful of what he preaches.
@olamideofficial said it is sensible to let your partner know your whereabouts.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ezewusi Nnedinma Tekla, a Nigerian woman with the Twitter handle @teklajane, has gone online to celebrate a huge career advancement.
In a post on Sunday, 6 December, the woman shared with the internet that she had qualified and passed her pilot's licence. She posed in a single-seater aircraft in the photo she posted alongside the tweet.
Nnedinma was overjoyed as online commenters sent her congratulatory messages for achieving her goals. Some tweeps turned her comments section into a question session as they enquired about her journey and the process she went through in order to obtain her pilot's licence.
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