– A Nigerian lady recently caused a buzz on social media with her recent post
– Identified as Haleema, she stated that she’d quit social media before stepping foot in her husband’s house
– The post has sparked numerous reactions online from people who
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When it comes to making a marriage work, many people believe making compromises is one way to go about it and for a Twitter user identified as Haleema (Haleema___), this is something she is willing to do.
Many people shared their thoughts about her decision.
In a recent post shared to her page, the beautiful lady revealed she was going to leave all social media platforms on her wedding day before heading into her husband’s house.
She added that the only social media platform she’ll use is Whatsapp and even at that, her husband would get her a new SIM card.
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She wrote: “I will quit all social media on my wedding, before stepping my foot into my husband’s house. I will only request for WhatsApp, which I will ask him to buy me a new sim card. This my opinion, this my choice, this how I want to live in my husband’s house inshallah.”
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When someone pointed out that her school mates and distant friends wouldn’t be able to reach her if she goes ahead with her decision, Haleema responded saying sacrificing some friends was needed to make her marriage enjoyable to her.
She wrote: “Yes, there are sometimes u have to sacrifice some of ur friends especially when married, else those friends will make u n ur husband not to enjoy ur marriage life. Though there are some I can’t do without them, I will sure the can reach me.”
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Meanwhile, a Nigerian woman with the name Clara Chekwube has spoken about what is expected of a woman in marriage.
In a post on the micro-messaging platform on Friday, May 8, she said “no matter how modern the world gets”, she will never believe she and her husband are mates.
Chekwube went further and said that there is always a hierarchy in marriage, adding that she believes as a traditional woman, her “husband is the head of the home.
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