“They say I control Ikechukwu,” she explained. They should leave my husband alone with me. When a marriage is successful, people will accuse the husband of being a’mumu’ (fool), and the wife of controlling the husband. That is something I frequently hear.”
“My husband and my children support me one hundred percent,” she said, referring to her husband and children. I would not be able to grow if my husband did not support me. He supports me because he sees that it is what makes me happy.”
“If the person is older, I would just say ‘thank you,'” she said of those who offer her unsolicited marriage advice. But I would do whatever I wanted to do that I knew was right. However, if they are younger, I may offend them. Allow a man to be involved in his children’s lives. It cannot be solely the woman’s responsibility.”
The comedienne emphasized what she meant in a social media post earlier this week in which she referred to some married women as single mothers. “Many married women are single mothers because they are left to care for their children on their own with little or no support from their husbands,” she explained.
“Women should stop being enablers,” she said, suggesting ways for women to get their husbands to help them. If your husband does not help you with chores and childcare, or if he used to help you but stopped, especially if both of you work, you should talk to him about it. Two people are working, but only one returns to do the chores; this is evil.