- A lady, Aisha Aliyu, has said that independent women must see submission as an important thing in their marriages
- Aisha said no matter how a woman thinks she can stand alone, respect for her husband should not be overlooked
- While many praised her, saying she has spoken the truth, others said that the teaching is an old one in this present age
A lady identified as Aisha Aliyu has caused a massive stir on Twitter after she tweeted about relationships and what wives must do.
The lady said women must always submit to their husbands, even when they are independent in every way.
In sharing the piece of 'advice', the lady attached two pictures that show her in a full hijab. Many who commented on her post were polarised in their arguments.
While some threw their weights behind her, others wondered why a woman must always have to be defined by what she does to a man or not.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has generated hundreds of comments from people and had over 500 likes.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of them below:
"True talk my sister may ALLAH give you the husband."
"No matter how beautiful ladies her.. They ought to be submissi*e.. A husband need respect their wife too.. Because they are not a slave too."
"All women knew this but usually ignore it when they feel like to do so. May Allah SWA protect us from our wives anytime they wish to strike evil on us. Ameen."
"Not all women. In this time and age?? People are more informed, we left stone age, some people still live in that time tho(left behind)."
"I’d rather eat glass and wash it down with petrol."
"The caption just doesn't sit right with me..."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a woman with the Twitter handle @belllahijabi stirred conversations after coming to the platform to announce that her husband married a second wife.
In a tone laced with great happiness, the woman said she is more excited about the whole development than her husband.
The pious woman prayed that Allah gives their 'expanded' home tawfiq (good fortune) and protection against the spirit of jealousy that may sow the seeds of discord.
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