Polygamy: ‘Expect Anything In Your Home,’ Writer Chinenye Azubuike Warns Married Women

By Tapre Timine
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A Nigerian writer, identified as Chinenye Azubuike, declared she has stopped blaming women over domestic issues since the men have vowed to remain unfaithful to their partners.

This comes following the debate surrounding polygamy in Nigeria after Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie took a second wife despite being married to his first wife, May for 17 years.

Meanwhile, Azubuike stated via Facebook that she’s disappointed how men, particularly Christian men support polygamy.

Also, the writer noted that she doesn’t blame women who go diabolic to make their men remain faithful to them.

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She warned women to be alert to avoid future surprises of any kind.

She said:
Now I understand why some women go spiritual and tie their husbands.

It is now clear to me.

Since 98% of the men are supporting adultery and polygamy, since the men are supporting their gender, please henceforth, I will start supporting my gender.

I am announcing it incase you see my comment on blogs supporting a woman having a child from outside, if you see me supporting a woman cheating, anytime you just see me supporting my gender, do not attack me oh.

I am simply following the trend.

Dear men, when the women start their own wickedness make e no shock una oh. Remember say na second person own na him Dey pain pass.

Imagine Nigerian men who call themselves Christians busy celebrating polygamy and even saying the Bible supports it. Izzorait.

Imagine Nigerian men encouraging ladies to date married men. Una try. You all should well done.

Dear married women expect ANYTHING in your home. It could be good or bad but expect anything!

Those tying their men I do not judge you anymore. The street is brutal.

As you were…………”

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