Veteran Kumawood actress, Miriam Akyere Donkor popularly known as Akyere Bruwaa has given a brief golden nugget to young women and wives. According to her, a wife should help her husband to live longer. Thus, they should not be in a haste to join the widowhood league.
It’s an undeniable fact that men, especially African who are married often die earlier or younger than their wives. People argue that it’s natural because men marry women that are younger than them. Therefore, in the natural law or order of life, the aged will die first before the younger.
However, people also believe that in our part of the world, there are shared roles as far as marriage and family is concerned. The husband, judged as the head of the family has to assume all the economic responsibilities Yet, they expect him to play romantic roles at home as well by helping the wife with some chores.
You can find some rich wife who will never assist her husband even during economic recess. To her, the man is to handle that, the best they can do is to lend it to him and will drag him through the mud if he is unable to pay. Unarguably, incidents like these catapults the men to the grave in a flash. Yes!
Akyere Bruwaa has defied the odds. She stands with women who support their husbands.
“Help your husband to live longer. Avoid rushing to join the widows club.”
Previously, the actress has disclosed that she got married for the first time at the age of 17 years. Unfortunately, things were not rosy, so she had to do all kinds of menial jobs to support her husband cater for the needs of the family. They had two boys.
But in your view, what do you think will compel someone to wish her husband is dead? Or should there be a valid reason to wish for that?
Story by: S.A.Kingsley.
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