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See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest

See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest

A man has shared how he helps his wife out in the house especially on days when she really needs to rest.

It is known to be a thing of pride in Africa, to be married to a woman who is a homemaker and a great cook. Most men would even prefer to have women who would be 'wizards in the kitchen' to having her be able to do other things around the house.

Only a few men would proudly say to the hearing of their friends ' I help my wife out at home', most fear the backlash from their friends, as they may be called the derogatory name 'woman wrapper'.

A proud husband decided to share how he put his wife first on a day she really needed her rest, by taking charge and preparing a meal for his family. The man identified as Kalu Igwe, shared photos on his Facebook page, showing the food preparation in different stages.

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Sharing the post, he wrote:

"Today,I cooked dinner for the family. I enjoy helping out in the kitchen especially when I want my wife to take some rest and refresh. I love doing this, it's always refreshing. Marriage Is Beautiful!

#marriageisbeautiful"

See pictures below:

See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest
See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest
See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest
See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest

Kalu doing his work

See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest

The finished product

See Nigerian man who cooks when his wife needs to rest

Kalu sits down to enjoy the meal with his wife

Kudos to him! By the way can we taste that?

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