Husbands beat their wives because some women are not submissive - Ex-beauty queen says

Husbands beat their wives because some women are not submissive - Ex-beauty queen says

In recent times, a lot of domestic violence cases have been all over the world as women fall major victims of this menace. A former beauty queen has come out to outline the major reason why some husbands beat their wives.

Ex-beauty queen and miss ambassador for peace, Beauty Istifanus, in an interview with Vanguard disclosed that some women suffer domestic violence because they are not submissive to their husbands.

The Kaduna state born lady also stated that women should stop craving for equal rights and certain privileges with men.

Husbands beat their wives because some women are not submissive - Ex-beauty queen says

Beauty Istifanus. Source: Nairaland Forum

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Istifanus said: “Gender equality is not possible in this part of the world because men are superior to women. This is my own opinion and I’m unapologetic about it. The major cause of domestic violence in homes today is the unwillingness of the wife to be submissive to her husband, thereby bringing friction between them. My advice to women is that they should be submissive to their husbands and in return they will be respected. I’m using this opportunity to call on the government to ensure that every child is back to school because it will help curb some future vices in our society.

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