“I Wash My Husband’s Clothes Daily, Make Him Fresh Food Daily And Hold The Bowl For Him To Wash His Hands” – Nigerian Lawyer Reveals

A married lawyer has stirred reactions after she listed all that she does for her husband daily.

The lawyer, identified as Princess Jemaimah, revealed in a Facebook post on Wednesday that she washes her husband’s clothes daily, makes him fresh food every day, and even holds the bowl for him to wash his hands.

According to her, she is happy to do these things for her husband as she considers it an honour to love and care for him.

“I AM A LAWYER! I Wash My Husband’s Clothes (Daily)! I Make Him Fresh Food (Daily)! I Serve Him His Food & Hold The Bowl For Him To Wash His Hands. I Clean The House (Daily)! I Banng Him (Daily) E T C!

“It Doesn’t Reduce Me In Anyway. It’s Actually An Honour To Love & Care For Someone So Selflessly. Most Times, We Do This Chores Together. I Will Say He Runs More Errands For Me Than I Do For Him Sef. Brethren, A Happy Marriage Is A Place Of Unconditional Love, Forgiveness & Selfless Service.” She wrote.

Her post quickly went viral and elicited mixed reactions from social media users. While some viewed her actions as a sign of love and devotion, others berated her and accused her of reinforcing patriarchal norms.

About Delia Innoma

Delia Innoma is a prolific writer, promoter, artist manager with full professional proficiency in English, German and Igbo languages. She studied accounting and computer programming at the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu and Germany respectively. Delia is also a devoted mother of two and she founded the Diamond Celebrities Magazine. Her sense of responsibility and commitment to the Christian faith are essential forces driving her daily activities.

One Response to ““I Wash My Husband’s Clothes Daily, Make Him Fresh Food Daily And Hold The Bowl For Him To Wash His Hands” – Nigerian Lawyer Reveals”

  1. That should not have been a big deal until the rise of the cry for women emancipation. Many modern women see that as slavery to to their degree and professional status

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