- Veteran actress Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono has expressed her opinion on husbands washing for their wives
- According to Maame Dokono, the act is very bad as it can cause the man not to become successful in life
- Maame Dokono also added that a man must avoid sleeping with a woman who is on her period as it is a taboo
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Grace Omaboe popularly known as Maame Dokono has spoken her view on husbands washing the underwear of their wives.
The popular movie star spoke in a video interview on Vibes in 5 with Arnold Elavanyo Mensah. The host asked Maame Dokono what she makes of the fact that many wives make their husbands wash their undergarments for them.
Maame Dokono appeared very surprised by the question, saying that the world has actually deteriorated in standard in recent times.
"How can you allow your husband to wash your undergarment for you?" she expressed her surprise.
The popular actress added that there are spiritual implications to performing the act. According to Grace Omaboe, having a husband wash undergarments of a woman would limit him from succeeding in life.
According to her, if she ever sees her son washing the underwear of his wife, she would hit the son in the face with the items adding that it’s unacceptable for a man to do so as the man would be seen as stupid.
Going further, the veteran actress also revealed that it's highly unacceptable for a man to have intimacy with a lady who is in her menstrual period as it’s a taboo.
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