Nana Aba slams idea that cooking for one's husband is slavery

Nana Aba slams idea that cooking for one's husband is slavery

- Nana Aba Anamoah has waded into the debate regarding the idea that women who have to cook after a day's work are slaves

- Nana Aba Anamoah has dismissed the idea that women become slaves when they cook for their husbands after a day's work

- She said women tend to hurt each other the most

Popular Ghanaian broadcast journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah, has properly waded into the conversation concerning the idea that women who cook for the men after a day's work are slaves.

It appears that after almost an entire month where several prominent Ghanaians commented on the topic, it still strikes enough of a chord in people to get them to comment on it.

Speaking on Joy FM's Super Morning Show, Nana Aba expressed that, as far as she is concerned, it's "unacceptable" to say that a woman becomes a slave by cooking for her man.

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The award-winning broadcaster stated that she didn't understand why there is a tug-of-war between men and women because each had their own roles to play.

"If I need a new car, I'm not going to use my money to buy it. I won't use my money to buy clothes. My husband must buy it for me," Nana Aba said.

Nana Aba went on to say that, in her personal experience, men have been more helpful to her than women.

Nana Aba went on to drop her bombshell, saying that women usually say that they ought to support each other, but said that more often than not they end up hurting each other the most.

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"In my experience, men have been more helpful to me than women. Women say they should support other women, but they are the ones hurting other," she said.

Nana Aba Anamoah's comment comes in the wake of a heated war of words between the prominent legal practitioner, Ace Anan Ankomah, and fellow legal practitioner and outspoken feminist, Dela Goldheart.

In a series of social media comments and online essays, both legal practitioners initially put up spirited arguments in defense of their opinions.

Although the conversation has since quickly deteriorated into a series insulting rebuttals.

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