In a video shared on his Instagram page, the Nollywood legend cited the Biblical King Solomon who had many wives and concubines.
He advised Nigerian women against getting divorced, noting that it is not in the nature of Nigerians to divorce and remarry repeatedly like “white women.
Edochie further shared some tips on how women can curb their husband’s infidelity. He urged them to adopt more creative approaches towards discouraging their men from engaging in extramarital affairs.
“A lot of you right now are not in your husband’s house. You say that he was cheating on me. Solomon, I think had about 1000 wives and 700 concubines.
“If your husband is cheating on you and now decides to take many more wives what are you going to do? Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
“If you think that your husband leaves the house and says that he is going on tour and he is going to have an affair outside, put a packet of condom into his bag, tell him that you have packed his bag for him. When he sees it, psychologically he is going to think, ‘this woman has my interest at heart.’ If it is his intention to stray he will put himself together.
“The thing is that you women are not creative, you want to be like white women who keep marrying and divorcing and marrying. It does not suit us, it does not go down well with us. No.”
Watch the video below;
KanyiDaily recalls that Pete Edochie had came under fire after he lambasted Nigerian men who abide by the western practice of kneeling while proposing to women.
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