Angry Nigerians on social media have reacted to the advice veteran actor, Pete Edochie gave married women with cheating husbands.

Angry Nigerians on social media have reacted to the advice veteran actor, Pete Edochie gave married women with cheating husbands.

Angry Nigerians on social media have reacted to the advice veteran actor, Pete Edochie gave married women with cheating husbands.

According to Pete, Women with cheating husband should endeavour to always put a pack of condom in their husband’s suitcase. This he said will make the husband’s know that their wives are aware that they are cheating and it will make them feel guilty.

The 74-year-old said this is a better way yo call a cheating husband to order instead of fighting and destroying the marriage.

Reacting to this, some social media users think the movie maker is a misogynist and he deserves a slap for telling women to put up with such bad situations.

See some comments generated below;

@ucee_roberts wrote “Forget age, this is total rubbish. He should rest”

@shapeshifter23_ wrote “With all due respect, shut up your stinking mouth sir”

@ttemmytea wrote “someone that deserves slap…his words support domestic violence

@dr_posh wrote “Papa Pete, it’s because you’re a veteran, that we’re not coming for you..stop revealing so much ignorance and misogyny…just be giving us proverbs, o gwula..”

@lovehead08 wrote, “Hmmm I’m disappointed in him ooo he sounds like misogynist…”

Chief Pete Edochie, MON (born March 7, 1947) is a Nigerian actor. Edochie is considered one of Africa’s most talented actors, being honored with an Industry Merit Award by Africa Magic and Lifetime Achievement by Africa Film Academy[3] Although a seasoned administrator and broadcaster, he came into prominence in the 1980s when he played the lead role of Okonkwo in an NTA adaptation of Chinua Achebe’s all-time best selling novel, Things Fall Apart. Edochie descends from the Igbo people of Nigeria and is a Catholic. In 2003, he was honored as a Member of the Order of the Niger by President Olusegun Obasanjo.

Edochie got into radio broadcasting in 1967 at the age of 20 as a junior programmes assistant after which he was elevated to the level of a Director. He was director of programmes, but doubling sometimes as Deputy Managing Director and occasionally acting as Managing Director. He quit ABS because the government decided to politicise the affairs of their FM station, thereby resulting in the entire management being asked to move out, including him. He was to be the immediate successor to the MD but had to leave and enrol into the movie industry. Prior to that, he had featured in Things Fall Apart and had won an International Award. The BBC flew into Nigeria to interview him for his role in Things Fall Apart.He is credited with over 18 movies to his name.

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