A narration by a woman who transferred almost all her first salary to her husband has caused a hot debate on social media.
In the story shared by Facebook page identified as Footprint Tv, a virtuous woman shared the story revealing that she also used her first salary to pay her childrens lesson teacher.
‘‘My first salary came yesterday and immediately I received an alert, I rushed to my husband and asked him how much he needs me to contribute after informing him that my salary has been paid.
‘‘Oga thought I was joking and mentioned a figure thinking I was going to contest because it was almost all my salary, I just carried my phone and transferred it to him,” Read part of her post.
The woman disclosed that she had to pay her childrens lesson teacher because she wanted to relieve her husband from mental stress.
”It was doing him like film, I then went ahead to pay the salary of our children’s lesson teacher so that he would stop thinking about it.
‘‘That’s when I realised that he was doing so much without complaining. He sees it like his duty and even when the financial burden is too much, he struggles to pay without asking me.”
She further says that her husband was surprised and happy and she felt good in her heart as she knew her good gesture had relieved the hunk from stress.
”He was so surprised and happy, I know that my money is just a fraction of what he brings but he felt like I gave him millions.
”I then told him that I am putting in the effort to make more money so that I can still reduce his stress. He didn’t marry a responsibility, he married a helper and he should be feeling more relaxed than when he was single,” the post added.
Social media users who came across the post shared their thoughts and opinions.
Samuel Teddy Dodoo: ”If really you’ve done that, credit goes to the parents that brought you up.”
Kofi Yeboah: ”This should be a whole year sermon in the church for single ladies. ” he married a helper, not a responsibility.”
Vimbi Definest: ”Waooh, I pray all women will come to this truth, God bless u n the womb that gave birth to you.’
Roseline Joseph: ”Indeed, we should always help with sharing the responsibilities at home.”
Daniel Mensah: ”You’re indeed a virtuous woman. If all women were like you, the life expectancy of men would’ve increased to 1000 years. ”God bless you for your understanding and support.”
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