I’ve been paying my wife salary since she lost her job years ago – Nigerian man

A famous relationship coach known as John Doe, has revealed that he pays his wife salary so that she would not have to work again.

The Nigerian man said his wife lost her job two months into their marriage and he decided to place her on monthly salary.

He said when he newly got married, he was earning N140,000 and had just one car before settling down. But ever since then, he has changed private car five times and his wife drives one of them.

In his words; “I got married when I was earning about 140k. I had a car before I got married. My rent was 400k. My wife lost her job 2 years into our marriage.

She has never worked since then. I’ve changed cars 5 times since then. She drives one. I pay her salary. We’ve children. End.”

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A Nigerian man simply identified as Chisom has reminisced on how his wife supported him financially when they were still courting.

He said that there was a time the company he worked for closed down so he was rendered unemployed.

The married man said his girlfriend who became his wife was sending him stipend for upkeep every month until he was able to get another job.

Chisom narrated the experience through micrblogging platform, Twitter and revealed that the first month his woman gave him the monthly allowance, he broke down in tears.

He wrote; “Before we got married, there was a time when I was out of a job. The company had closed down and my boss then didn’t pay me salary for that month.

My wife (gf then) was sending me money for upkeep monthly till I got a good job. The first month she did this, I cried like a baby.”

In reaction, @Ribaaku_; I take God beg you, I no wan hear say you make that woman cry. Never, ever, in the mighty name of Jesus.

@EsuMercy; Oh please Chisom, is just a good human with 100% conscience intact. I have paid for a diver’s (medical), in the bracket to stress the amount involved, he got the job and I never heard of anything until when he was suspended, or assisting in a business setup, and to date nothing

@thesomto_; I keep telling these people to date people that like them but they won’t listen. It’s not normal to see someone you love struggle and not extend help.