Quran Says, It Is Actually The Man That Should Be In The Kitchen – Former Governor Aliyu

Former Niger State governor, Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu, has in response to Pres. Buhari’s comments on where his wife belongs to, said that men also belong to the kitchen.

Aliyu, who spoke in Minna, Niger State, said: “Looking at the issue critically, and in Islamic terms, it is actually the man that should be in the kitchen as provided for in the Holy Quran.

The woman should only be in the ‘inner room,’ while the men should provide all the needs of the woman, including making purchases from the market for the use of the family. Islam does not permit women to go out indiscriminately, as they are supposed to be in the house taking care of the children.”

Dr. Aliyu, however, said that no matter the situation, especially during recession period, both husband and wife were supposed to work hand-in-hand by supporting each other for the good of the family and society.

He also faulted men who took many wives under the guise of religion, saying

“the era of men taking many wives has gone. “Those that have married more than one wife and claimed that the scriptures allow it are doing so ignorantly and out of the tenets of Islam.

What the law says is that if you can be faithful and fair to two wives, you are allowed to take more than one wife. But I don’t see how a man can be faithful and fair to more than one wife at a time,” he saidaliyu

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  • Cornel Nwankwo

    If he doesn’t know what to say, i think he should just reading start the constitution of Nigeria……………..

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  • Kenny D Osonwa

    Please Muslim brothers is this true?

    • badmos

      Very true but d wife shuld cook for d husband and d he must assist.

      • Kenny D Osonwa


  • chika bibian

    Na them sabi

  • Nawa oo…hmmm

  • WillieBravo

    This matter Don tire me jare.

    • Cornel Nwankwo

      Same here bro

  • kayode akinsanya

    Okay, I don’t know that

  • emekachilaka

    hmmm this na another story

  • Olovo Obinna

    Hmmmm……complex,complicated n contradictory……..i will leave this for my islamic brethren to discuss