- Love is a beautiful thing, and a Nigerian lady identified as Comfort Oroboghene is a living testimony
- Comfort said her husband returned home, ordered her to sit down and put her leg on the table for her meal to be served
- The lady, who got married in August, took to Twitter to narrate the heartwarming experience
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A Nigerian lady identified as Comfort Oroboghene has revealed how her husband ordered her to sit down and put her leg on the table while he served her food.
Comfort, who got married in August, took to Twitter to narrate how she went home hastily so as to prepare dinner for her husband.
She said on getting home, her husband laughed at her and ordered her to maintain a relaxing position for her meal to be served.
According to Comfort, her husband asked her if she thought he was part of the generation that sees cooking as the sole responsibility of the woman.
"Ran home early to cook and this man laughed at me.
“You think you’re married to a man from the other generation. Sit down and put leg on the table, let me serve you jhor.
"It’s been 30 mins and he’s still laughing at me. Someone I said I should pity coz he went to market."
Below are some of the reactions to the post:
A Twitter user with the handle @vickelokorie prayed for the couple to have everlasting joy in their marriage.
Another Twitter user asked if there was anyone who detested such enjoyment.
Below are other comments:
In other news, a young Hausa lady identified as Salmerh Umar took her search for a husband to social media as she urged Nigerians on Twitter to pray for her.
The young lady with Twitter handle @SalmerhUmar said she cannot hide her feelings anymore. Salmerh, who is from Gombe state, shared two pictures of herself to let people know how beautiful she is.
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