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Monday, March 02, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post..

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  1. For what? Whatever happened to my account?

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    1. Only if he earns more than myself, and his earnings equally enters directly into my account...

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    2. Am I mad?

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    3. I won't agree and the man I marry won't even agree.

      We have a joint account but everyone still has their individual account for their personal runs.

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    5. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'2 March 2020 at 20:09

      Yes I ll agree and in my next life I 'll continue to agree.

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    6. Madame koinkoin aka the 'peace maker'2 March 2020 at 20:11

      Money or any form of payment has never been an issue for us all these years and I pray it remains like that(Amen).

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    7. Who comes up with this weird questions? Definitely not.

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    8. Say waiting happen. Ki ní lè ṣe lè.

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    9. Hian!

      Unto that my account is *full* or what?

      Even if it is *full*, is there no more space for new account opening in bank or what?

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    10. Lol! Who comes up with these questions? I will not allow it as a husband because she will end up taking more than her salary as usual from that my account! I trust these our wives! Except the man doesn't have earnings of his own!

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    1. You even try add respect... Hell NO, I don't like rough play.

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  3. Is his own paid into my account?

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    1. @Blackey
      Supposing he says, "let's have a joint account where our both salaries will be paid" and he earns more?
      Okwa sincere ajuju o 😊😊

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    2. Answer is still "no"

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    3. Joint account doesn't work that way to the best of my knowledge. If the two parties are working, they open a joint account different from their individual accounts. Then a certain sum of money already agreed by both of them would then be paid into the joint account every time salary is paid. This is the money that is then used to run the household.

      Not like two of them will just have one account to be using.

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    4. @Eka
      Talk about what you know. I've been running my household for more than a decade and
      I run it from a joint account between DH and I. When I worked for a corporation,
      the salary was paid directly into it. Please don't talk about what you do not know
      and have not experienced. And do not look for an excuse to pad your greed.

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    5. Keep deceiving your self Mr ANG.

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    6. You are liar.

      Which organisation or company allows you drop bank account details of a spouse or another person? Is your spouse their employee or was he did one given employment letter? It is a lie, It is not done anywhere.

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    7. 19:41, there is nothing like excuses to pad any greed. Joint account is joint account. If you and your husband operate URS as u stated up there and it works for you guys then good for you. Your method is not a standard!

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    8. Anon 19:41 hanty wey mumu. She's talking about what she knows. What she stated is what worked for my parents and they've been married for 51years.

      Take your fucking over a decade slave mentality form of marriage out of our faces.

      Set awon stupid people.

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    9. Stella, all my comments on this post what happened to them?

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    10. @ 22.57, you know this.
      Social media is a place where you hear all sort of crap and more crap. You got to filter and discard some of these advise.

      Perhaps this anonymous has been working in mushroom companies.
      If you work in a place like PWC, Schlumberger, Bank, multi national firms or an expatriate employee or contractor, inform HR that you will like to put down your husband's account information as opposed to yours.

      You must think your employer is interested in how you run your home or If you are a virtuous wife.
      NB: When you get paid your salary, feel free to disburse the funds as you deem fit.

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  4. No big deal. Me and DH have a joint account with mandate of "either to sign". There is simply a daily limit of withdrawal or transfer. When I was in a government paid job, my salary was being paid directly into it.
    You can't love someone if you don't share basic things like funds with the person. Ndi uta can shoot all they like 😘😘😘 but that's my truthful yarn.

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    1. You just have a perfect life.
      You're a perfect woman.
      Everything about you screams perfect going by the things you write here.
      BTW, what's DH?

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    2. Anon 18:40 DH means darling husband

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    3. Anon, he/she is living the perfect blog life and crying in the real world.

      Set awon pharisee

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    4. @18:40
      Why not have Jesus in your life?
      Why not have a joint account with your darling husband?
      Is having a perfect life a sin?
      Okwa sincere ajujus o.
      "Be perfect even as your heavenly father is perfect..."Matthew 5:48
      😜😜😜

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    5. Awww...thanks.
      I can't wait to have my own DH. It would be a dream come true😒😒

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    6. When I met my ex my business was really picking up. I was running one of my personal accounts for my business so I had a good sum of money in it. Once we married he with his family started putting pressure on me to turn my account into a joint account. I asked why don't we open a new one and he reacted by not speaking to me or eating at home for some days. I finally agreed for the sake of peace. On getting to the bank he made sure the 'either to sign' was on the form. All through the form filling my account officer who happened to be a friend was looking at my face confused. She knew my hustle and that I was a newly wed. After we left I called her and asked for my account balance to be transferred to another account I wasn't using. It was not up to one week when he went to withdraw 2million of money he did not work for. Only to find that the account had 7000 only. The hell that broke loose that day lol. He could not say what he needed the 2million for. Just that it's also his money lmaoo.

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    7. Anon 00:58 you were smart indeed. I hate entitled men.

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    8. Anon 00.58, your mother raised you well!!! I love you already! Please, let's meet up for drinks...

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  5. I don't have any problem with that, but I'ld love to know the reason behind it.

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  6. For wetin na???
    Marriage not slave...
    Except my husband agrees that his money be paid into mine and mine paid into his

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  7. Yes and that is the normal thing to do.
    Those of you that have parallel accounts from your spouses, how do you do it?
    If you are in coma today and they needed a deposit in a hospital to admit you, what happens?
    If you die today, will your so called loved ones have access to a kobo that you have?

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    1. You can your still be spouse's next of kin or have info about his bank transactions.

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    2. My husband is my next of kin, as a matter of fact he knows almost of not all the investments I have and can access it in the event of a next of kin situationship.
      But while I'm alive, my money gets paid into my account. Tankio!

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    3. Marriage is different from Marriage.
      The kind of spouse one has will determine if you want to go ahead with such plan or not.
      Most women aren't lucky with good men.
      So dont blame anyone for refusing.
      He can also use the money to fund a side chic or take another wife somewhere as my uncle did.

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    4. @Davina
      What you wrote there goes contrary to any Scripture I know of:
      Ecclesiastes 7:28 while I was still searching but not finding-- I found one upright
      man among a thousand, but not one upright woman among them all.
      1 Timothy 2:14 And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner.

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    5. @Dainty
      It goes both ways. Supposing your husband is the one in comma, do you have access to his accounts/investments?
      Supposing he is late (not a wish please)?
      Don't you see that joint account and indeed joint everything is the solution for the two has become one?

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    6. @ Davina, that is not even the point. Why should someone work and another person gets paid for the job?? Does It even make sense?

      My husband has access to my accounts, knows my pin. I have no issues with us having a joint account but No, he cannot be getting paid for a job I painstakingly do same way I don't expect to get paid for a job he is doing.

      @ 18.06, stop misleading people. That can never be the normal thing to do. Let whoever does the work receive the dividend of their labour. Even the bible says the labourer deserves his wages. Uncle/madam Ang stop with your misguided advice.

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    7. Dainty is right as well..that is called wisdom that the Bible recommends.. marriage is relative.

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    8. 19:48, it takes a level of discernment to understand scripture. You don't have it.

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  8. Hian! Which kind lie lie question be this na.

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  9. Maka why? Na him work?

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  10. Huh? Please am I not a human being? Or I don't have account again? I'm not married but can he also agree his salary be paid into my own account?

    Alaye jhoor jhoor jhoor πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  11. Never.
    I even have 2 secret accounts.

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    1. Smart woman. A man who loves a woman will understand the need for this.

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  12. Hian u said as a married woman not as a mumu woman na

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  13. Let me ask my ajuju n'ese okwu to all these (Naija) sisis wey dey already chant "maka why?"😊😊😊
    If the man earns 20 times what you earn and asks you to have a joint account with him where
    your salary will be paid in, how about that?
    🀷🏻‍♀️🀷🏻‍♀️🀷🏻‍♀️🀷🏻‍♀️
    Greed be una middle names, ndi Pharisees πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  14. Is his name on my company's payroll? E no go fit work.

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  15. For me Yes...because of the way we handle our finances
    I am more In-charge of it.

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  16. I am a man and this does not make any sense to me.

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  17. I yor weak for these questions! Is the salary rejecting my own account?

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  18. Yes. My pay goes into our joint account.

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  19. For what?
    When I'm not crazy niπŸ˜’

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  20. Never. Why? What's wrong with my account?

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  21. This is real ajuju n'ese-okwu. Madam Stella for what nah? Don't I have an account?

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  22. So that what will happen?
    I hear of some women who submit their salary to their husband though. Them try.

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    1. I swear. Them dey over try.

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  23. No ma. Only if my Hubby's salary is paid into my own account.


    #Hot mum#

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  24. Absolutely not. Let him keep his money and I'd keep mine. I don't even like the idea of joint accounts, let there be some degree of independence. Besides, my money is mine and his money is OURS πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ

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  25. Maka why nahπŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  26. I have the best wife in the world.
    she earn more than what I earned
    but once they pay her salary,she will transfer all to me first and I will tell her what to do with it .I love her die

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    1. Bros all this your yarns na okoto meow, kututu meow tbh!
      Alaye double your hustle. See dirty mouth you use take talk "I love her die."
      No provoke me biko.

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    2. You love her because she allows you to control her

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    3. Anonymous 19:30, why won't you love her die when she is the one shouldering all the responsibility. Let's assume you earn more than she does, will you transfer all your salary to her while she tells you what the money would be used for?

      Biko, go and hustle more and leave your wife's money alone. Inukwa akuko

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    4. I don;t believe you. If you are so smart to marry her why aren't you smart enough to earn more than her? Stop eating her money.

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    5. Uncle you are a thief, of course you will love her die, afterall, you married her for her money.

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  27. Under heaven, No!!! A joint account would serve for family stuff. I dont mix money with the pkeasures of "LOVE" at all. He is the man and should ensure my account is funded always. I don't like taking permission for my money at all.

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  28. Why would I do that...makes no sense to me at all..will his salary be paid into mine as well??Mtchew...Every worker has an account that bears their names,esp. while preparing salary sheets/transfers.so why would my money be paid into his account when we are r not the sam person...

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  29. Never!!! I never do am yet his way of punishing me is to leave the house without dropping a dime, and taking all ATM cards in the house. He isn't aware I have 2 secret accounts.cunny man die,him people bury am.😏

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  30. So that is supposed to be love abi foolishness.....

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  31. Reading through comments just shows that most people are married to partners they don’t trust or are married to the wrong or bad partners or are just plain selfish. Selfishness has no place in marriage. Dead marriages living..
    Most of you here advocate for men kneeling to propose to their partners just like in the West. You should know that in western societies everything is co-owned, except in circumstances where there’s a pre-nup. So in the event of a divorce everything is split 50-50. If there’s just one house, the woman gets it. I think they have a better concept of marriage than we do.

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    1. Thank God you said in the western world..
      This is Nigeria where the woman gets nothing in the event of a divorce except the husband chooses to be kind to her.
      And please miss me with the bulshit, nobody will pay your salary to another person's account in the abroad.

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  32. why? no please. its called my salary because i worked it so i decide how the money is spent. we have a joint account for certain expenses and we both know who is in charge of what and what.

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  33. never, thats why its called my salary. i earn almost 900k a month and hubby doesnt even know nor does he care. he sha pays for house rent, school fees and buys food sometimes.i feed the family and sometimes contribute to school fees, pay wifi, dstv, gas and some other expenses round the house. thank God hubby doesnt harass me to contribute and am not selfish. i have family and also give out to others in need. a woman needs her own money cos you cant depend on hubby for everything, he has his other family responsibilities too

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  34. A woman's place is to support a man and not to be his ATM. A man's duty is to provide for and protect his home. What he brings home, the woman is supposed to nurture, incubate and multiply. So much has happened and the generation of men we have these days necessitates that a woman must protect herself. Lots of women are bread winners today (food, rent, school fees and every every including taking care of the man's family) yet still deal with domestic violence and all manner of abuse just because "she is a woman." Why must a man be interested in a woman's income, why? Even if he is next of kin, there are and must be limits. She a woman even overwork herself as Nigerian women do and hand over hard-earned money to a man? Lawyers and financial advisors, please don't keep quite, educate us here, please because even the church sweeps this under the carpet.

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