- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to appreciate his wife for all her hard work
- The man identified as Adebayo Adetayo Ireoluwa appreciated his wife after spending isolation with his daughter
- Ireoluwa also apologised to his wife for the way he behaved in past before his experience of what she goes through
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This COVID-19 lockdown period has made people who are always busy spend time with their loved ones at home. Some are frustrated about staying at home doing nothing while others are enjoying quality time with family.
For this Nigerian man identified as Adebayo Adetayo Ireoluwa, his COVID-19 lockdown experience has been an eye-opener as he spends time with his wife and kid.
According to him, this period has made him appreciate his wife more. He also advised other men to appreciate the work their wives do when they are not around. He said he now understands what his wife goes through.
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He explained that his wife has shouted at his daughter not to do something for more than thirty times in just five minutes. He also narrated how his daughter emptied hair cream on her head and his head while he was sleeping.
The man, who shared the post on Facebook, finished his post by apologising to his wife for the way he behaved in the past before understanding what she goes through.
He wrote: "After his isolation or whatsoever, I'ii appreciate my wife the more, imagine my girl emptying a whole hair cream on herself and still coming to share me some in my sleep jeje, this innocent woman has shouted leave there more than 30 times in 5 minutes, and me will just put on one yeye suit go out and come back home expecting to eat the meal and still eat the maker og the meal...please let's appreciate our wives the more, they go through a lot in our absence...These few days at home seems like I should faint, how much more someone who is always home to put things in place. I tender an unreserved apology to my wife for my previous gragras and shakaras, it's not easy. Thank you COVID-19 for lessons taught."
Meanwhile, as part of efforts to help deprived communities, the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has launched a Covid-19 support fund, with a startup amount of one million Ghana cedis.
The seed funding for the ''Stay Home, Stay Alive'' programme will be used to purchase food supplies and sanitary items for underserved communities in the traditional area. This is part of a gesture to ensure that people comply with the president’s directive on the partial lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
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