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Storm As Leading Nigerian Actress Says Women’s Salaries Should Be Paid Into Husbands’ Accounts



Nigerian comedian and actress Helen Paul has stirred up a heated debate on social media with her recent post suggesting that women’s salaries should be directly transferred into their husbands’ bank accounts.

The controversial idea was shared on Instagram, where Helen Paul sought the opinions of her fellow women on the matter.

The post, which has garnered a mixed response, reads: “I strongly believe that women’s salaries ought to be transferred straight into their husband’s bank accounts. What are your thoughts on this, my fellow women?”

See her post below;

While some men and women have expressed agreement with Helen Paul’s viewpoint, many others have vehemently disagreed, citing concerns about financial independence, autonomy, and gender equality.

The comments section of the post has become a hub for lively discussions, with users sharing their diverse perspectives on the issue.

Read some netizens reactions below;

@samadeyemi2002: Correct! I have seen a family where ATM and bank account alert for the wife is with the husband. They are still happily married till now.

@therealstloui: I am not a woman, but I say no way

@dewealthy.kitchen: Exactly what l’ve been doing 7yrs in Marriage, ask my husband

@sexy_queen_chinedu_ben: No way Mami’ I don’t agree for this one 00000oh

@abisgangan: God forbid bad thing

@rosy4thetruth: Set the record, I’m fully behind you. You will indeed be a very good pacesetter.

@doctoraljokes_: Yes, they should send it directly into our bank account. after all we are the head of the family

@abbeyige: I think you’re joking

@adeoye.aderonke: Say wetin happen

@mama_3jsmedia: Make I just take one eye look for now. Bfr I type ee na our money anyways. But mine should be paid into his account while is own should be paid into my account. Case close. I no kuku loose

@dee_domex1: My sister you are thinking rubbish

As the debate continues, it remains to be seen how Helen Paul’s suggestion will impact the ongoing discussions around gender and finance.
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