Solomon Buchi, a Popularly known Nigerian writer and social media influencer has argued against women working 9-5 jobs mainly due to the hormonal changes they experience.
In a lengthy X post on Saturday, which has since caused a stir online, Buchi argued for the traditional method of men working while their wives stay at home and tend to the kids, adding that this method is sustainable for society.
Buchi also stated that although many feminists believe that being a stay-at-home mom is a waste of education, this is better for their kids.
“I don’t think that women should do 9-5 jobs like men do. I don’t believe that women are built to work like men. I think the traditional method of men working while their wives are stay-at-home mothers is more sustainable for society. I’ll put a modern spin on it: SAHMS should have hobbies and businesses they can do from home.
“Most women would not do a 9-5 if they had another sustainable option. Doing a 9-5 job with the capricious hormonal changes women experience is crazy. But no, feminism is here to liberate you, oh, so congrats, oh!
“Whenever being a housewife/stay-at-home mom is placed side by side with being a working professional, many women wear out that being a stay-at-home mom is a waste of education. Why go to school to stay at home?
“You need intense education to be a great stay-at-home mom. If you’re going to be spending more time with the kids, you should be a knowledge tank. How will you school the kids if you’re uneducated? Besides, being resourceful at home requires astronomical knowledge. Intelligent children who were homeschooled often have brilliant parents.
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