-Female radio show host to fete men on Val's Day in Accra
-The event is in response to a social media debate that has been going on for a while now about wives cooking for their husbands
-The journalist called on others to join the cause in pampering men on Val's Day
Radio journalist, Afia Pokua who thought up and created an anti-feminist group, SUGARDEM GH has revealed that the association of ladies would cook for men for free at the forecourt of Joy FM come February 14.
The radio personality took to her Facebook page to make the announcement on behalf of the group she had managed to convene after a social media debate arose about wives cooking for their husbands.
She indicated in her Facebook post that, “This Valentine's day SUGARDEM GH is cooking free food for all men at the forecourt of Joy fm. If you are a man, stop by and come and eat keke.
If you are a lady who believes and support our agenda, volunteer as an usher or a server”.
The radio icon popularly known as Vim Lady craved the indulgence of all well-meaning ‘counter-feminist’ women who were interested in the cause to come and help cook for and feed men who would troop in to eat on Val’s day for free.
Vim Lady went on to say that, “We have vowed to pamper the men and we will deliver just that. May God sustain this campaign to support our men and share the enjoyment of companionship together”.
The initiative to cook for men comes on the heels of a debate on social media which sought to infer that women who cooked for their husbands were modern-day slaves.
A section of ladies believed to be feminists were in support of the slavery notion while Vi Lady and others vehemently rubbished cooking for one’s husband as a form of slavery.
Vim Lady, in convening her movement, revealed that it was going to serve as a standard for pampering men but had a catch to it; the men were to reciprocate the love and attention given them.
She promised that the ladies on her side of the divide were going to go the extra mile in satisfying their men if the need be.
In her earlier post on Facebook to announce the birth of her new movement, the journalist recounted, “…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”.
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