Omokri “When you keep malice with your wife and ignore her, deprive her of her conjugal rights, you are not punishing your wife”

Reno Omokri disputed the criticism of Punch Newspapers by Arise News.

Reno Omokri, a well-known author and former assistant to former President Goodluck Jonathan, has shared wise counsel for husbands handling conflict with their spouses on his official Twitter page. “As a husband, you are not punishing your wife when you keep malice toward her, ignore her, deny her conjugal rights, reject her food, and stop spending time at home or providing companionship,” he stated in a tweet. Actually, you’re teaching her how to be independent. You are preparing her to live independently of you.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He further warned that persisting with such actions could lead to unintended consequences, stating, “And if you keep doing this over time, one day, she will graduate from your school, and you will cease to have meaning in her life.” Omokri reminded husbands of the inevitable aging process and the increasing reliance on spousal support, asserting that children are likelier to provide support to their mothers than fathers.

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In response to these insights, Omokri urged husbands to prioritize open communication and dialogue when faced with marital conflicts. He advocated for working through issues collaboratively, stating, “So, instead of teaching her to live without you, talk to her when she offends you and work things out.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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  1. This is a good talk to follow.I agreed with you sir,because looking at marrital conflicts these days,if you keep away from your wife someone outside is waiting to make her happy.

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