- A young lady seems to have stirred the hornet's nest on social media with her comment on childbearing and its cost
- The lady's admonishment that men should pay their wives for birthing their kids had many in disagreement
- The few people who saw some validity in her submission asked what amount would be appropriate
A young lady identified as Kifo Mungu has caused great controversy on Twitter after talking about how husbands should appreciate their wives' birthing duties.
In a post on Wednesday, March 31, she said that giving birth to children should not be free and men ought to pay their women for the service.
She added that if a surrogate could be paid, then the same gesture should be extended to wives at home whose job has been seen to bear kids.
Many people disagreed with her, saying it totally does not make sense to pay a woman for having their children.
There were, however, a few, who supported her opinion as they asked the lady how much would be enough if they were to place their wives on constant remuneration.
See her post below:
With thousands of replies at the time of writing this report, her comment section had all sorts of opinions.
Below are some of the reactions:
"I could do this. I really should. Recommendation for remuneration, please."
"I actually thought of this, at least that will solve all custody issues completely."
"We ain't even ask for no kid in the first place."
"Shey after giving birth, you will handover the children and disappear from their lives? Or what exactly are you being paid for?"
"And as surrogates, the wives would lose their rights to the children. You can’t eat your cake and have it."
"You don too chop, belle don overfull. Na to talk nonsense remain."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian lady identified as Aisha Aliyu 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.
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