- Afia Pokuaa has weighed in on the conversation about women cooking for their families after work
- She says she is willing to cook, clean, and feed her man after a day at work
- She said she is willing to fight any person or group that wants to "pepper" men
Multimedia Group's Afia Pokuaa, otherwise known to Ghanaian listeners as Vim Lady, has weighed in on the current conversation where the die hard feminist group, Pepper Dem Ministries, said women who cook for their men after a busy day at work are slaves.
In a Facebook post bound to annoy die hard feminist groups, Afia Pokuaa has convened her own group which she calls Sugar Dem Ministries, what appears to be the antithesis of Pepper Dem Ministries.
In her post, Multimedia's Vim Lady said she wants to assure men that should would not only cook, but wash, and feed her man too.
"I want to assure the men that we shall cook for you, wash for you, massage you, feed you and "bed you"; all we ask is you SUGAR US TOO. we will even lick for you," Afia Pokuaa wrote.
Afia Pokuaa goes on to pointedly say that she - or Sugar Dem Gh - is ready to fight any individual or group that wants to "pepper" the men she's addressing.
Checkout Afia Pokua's post below:
The issue of women cooking for their families even though they have day jobs has been thrown into sharp relief since it was raised by the Pepper Dem Ministries feminist group.
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Popular Ghanaian legal practitioner, Ace Ankomah, weighed in on the conversation on the conversation expressing that a man's responsibility is to provide for the family while the woman's is to ensure the home is managed properly, which includes the kitchen.
“Don’t MAKE her do it. PROVIDE the means to do it so that even if she doesn’t do it herself or isn’t there to do it, it still gets done. For example, I expect dinner when I get home; and meals when I’m home. You don’t have to cook it. You don’t have to serve it. Just make sure the system I have provided for produces and delivers the food.
In the same vein, I don’t wash, clean, sweep, vacuum, dust, or do any house work. I am “DADDY.” That’s why I live in Ghana and not in the US," Ace Ankomah wrote.
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