“Why I cook for my wife and wash her clothes when I can” – Nigerian teacher

A Nigerian teacher, Austine Imoniche Oviosun, is causing a stir as he explains why he cooks and washes clothes for his wife.

The speaker made this revelation in response to a question asking whether men would be willing to let their wives send them to the market to get food.

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The teacher who responded noted that he would be willing to cook and wash her clothes as well if given the chance.

He emphasized that he loves his wife and that marriage should be a union between two understanding people.

Mikebamiloye asked…

“Dear brother, can your wife send you to buy fish, okro and vegetables when you come back from the office?”

Austine Imoniche Oviosun

“Not just buying…I cook for her and wash her clothes when I can…marriage is a union of two understanding people.

Call me a woman wrapper, I don't care. I love my wife, that's the most important thing.”

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Airnurse said: “I did the same thing last week.

My wife told me to branch out of the market and buy a few things, I didn't argue.. I went to the market to get the things.. I automatically increased her monthly allowance because my eye was looking at the market and my mouth was not fit to talk”

swag_omoluabi stated: “Every man like they normally cook and fill themselves b4 marriage, no suppose to take all these things as a big problem. If there is no b for work, I can do all the cooking for the house”

phatini__ noted, “it's called division of labor or shared responsibility and it produces growth.”

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