Nigerian actor Sam Nnabuike took to his platform to appeal to Igbo mothers to desist from telling their daughters to bring home wealthy suitors.
According to Sam, this narrative has continued to push young ladies into marriages where the husband’s source of income is unknown.
“This is in no way to discredit the millions of many hard-working and illustrious Igbo women scattered on the surface of this earth, but then a critical and holistic approach has to be taken to educate the Igbo girl child.
In most Igbo homes, mothers sternly push the narratives & are too keen on the specification of whom their daughters are allowed to date or bring back home as a suitor. Igbo mothers if need be will daily echo in their daughter’s ears how they must bring home a stinkingly wealthy man, And disappointingly, a lot of them are not concerned or are interested in investigating the source of the man’s wealth. This must stop.”
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