Wise woman who is richer than her husband should secretly give him money to meet needs – Pastor
According to a Ugandan pastor named Godfery Kuteesa, a wise woman that is richer than her husband won’t give money directly to their children.
According to him, she has to secretly give money to her husband to meet the needs of the children to secure his position as the head of the family.
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The pastor stated this in a tweet that is currently receiving mixed reactions from Twitter users, including Nigerians.
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Pastor Godfery, who is passionate about boys and men issues, tweeted:
“In a home, where mommy has more money than Daddy, a wise woman will do anything possible not to dominate the home. When kids want something, she’ll tell them “ask ur Dad” and she’ll secretly dad the money to meet the kids’ needs. That a #WiseWoman.”
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In a home, where Mommy has more money than Daddy, a wise woman will do anything possible not to dominate the home.
When kids want something, she’ll tell them “ask ur Dad”, and she’ll will secretly give Dad the money to meet the Kids’ needs.
That’s a #WiseWoman
— Godfrey KUTEESA!! (@GODFREY_Kutesa) December 19, 2022
@drkesenene: “Shouldn’t she have placed all her earnings in his care in the first place?”
@doshdoreck: “give dad the money to meet the kid’s needs? What is wrong with mummy buying something?”
@cedricbabu: “This is an old wives tale my brother. I am speaking as a father of three strong willed boys. It doesn’t matter which parent gives the money. The idea is to teach children through action to respect, honor & obey their parents.”
@pumezamatshikiza: “Is this a joke? Surely it is! Very funny.”
@oduluamos: “Now ya’ll want us to fund your ‘head of the home provider’ status…naaa.”
@NnekaO: “What is wrong with you people? Find out so we can help.”
@Faizafabz: “Somewhere in your bio, it says you have a mentorship program for boys. What a tragedy!”
@Temitope: “Then the kids comes to Twitter and say, women do not bring anything to the table.”