- A Kenyan Member of Parliament, Millie Odhiambo, has argued that it makes no sense for men to pay lorry fares for women
- According to her, women who wish to visit men should pay their own fares and men should do same if they want to visit
- In her opinion, it makes no sense for men to allow themselves to be used as ATMs and complain they are broke
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Millie Odhiambo, who is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Suba North in Kenya, has cautioned men against giving money to women they invite on a date.
According to her, it is also foolish to pay a woman’s lorry fare as it is better for them to deal with it on their own.
She went on to say that it is better for women to pay their own fares and also for men to pay their own fare to visit women.
Per a report by pulse.com.gh, she went on to say that we are living in an equal world and for that reason, women should be able to pay their own fares.
Millie added that foolish men who allow themselves to be used as ATMs by women should not complain when they are broke.
"Why send them money, to begin with? “In an equal world, let everyone pay their fare. Pay fare to visit the man and let the man pay his fare to visit you.
If you are foolish enough to send fare, then do not complain if they use it because you are no longer in a relationship," she argued.
In her opinion, "relationships should not be commercialized by either men or women.”
In other news, Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that Kumasi Asante Kotoko’s captain and goalkeeper, Felix Annan, is married.
Annan reportedly married his girlfriend, Francisca Yeboah, in a private traditional marriage ceremony, which was followed by a wedding on Saturday, January 18, 2020.
Per a report by sports journalist, Saddick Adams, the entire team of Aduana Stars, including players, the technical team and management members were present to lend their support
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