Man narrates how cooking is made compulsory for all boys in his father's house

Man narrates how cooking is made compulsory for all boys in his father's house

- A young man called Sydny has narrated on his social media handle that cooking is expected of every man in his father's house

- According to him, any boy that is not able to cook in the house is regarded 'useless

- This came as a surprise to many social media users

Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in

A gentleman identified on social media as @_smithsydny has narrated that cooking is a compulsory chore for all men in his father's house as any man who is unable to do so is considered 'useless'.

This comes as a surprise for many social media users as cooking is a chore that is largely now being learnt by men in consequence to the many female advocacies.

Sydny's own narration says:

“In my father’s family, as a man you don’t know how to cook, they will ask your mother are sure this is our son? It’s a trade mark that comes with every male child. You must Sabi cook. It’s moving down to the grandchildren as well. I Sabi cook Sha.

READ ALSO: Miss Malaika 2016 runner-up ties the knot in glamorous ceremony (Video)

See the post below:

The young man continues to add that “The way my father’s siblings will question you ehh. You don’t know how to cook as a man? You are useless.”

While some men are engaged in cooking, it has been reported that two gentlemen from Ghana have been captured in viral video satisfying themselves with drinks from a supermarket without getting noticed by the shopkeepers.

The young men whose identities have not been identified appeared to be close friends who carefully planned the plot and took along another accomplice to record them.

READ ALSO: Go for smart women; not beautiful shapes without brains - Counsellor Oduro to men

They were captured taking different varieties of drinks, opening up the seals, filling their mouths with them and then returning them safely on the shelves.

In other news, a Ugandan lady identified as Victoria Aiko has narrated in a TV interview how she got a thick American accent through her sleep and firmly believes it was given to her by God.

The video was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of 'Facts and Truths' where the Victoria, who is indicated to be a businesswoman, was asked how she got the thick American accent.

In response to the question, Victoria surprisingly made it clear that she had not learnt in America, by watching American movies, or by relating with people from America as most people would think.

Enjoy reading our stories? Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!

Ghana News Today: Accra Beautification Project causes Ako-Adjei Interchange to sparkle | #Yencomgh

Subscribe to watch new videos

Get interactive via our Facebook page.

Source: Yen

Mailfire view pixel