A Nigerian man, Moses Kole, has opined that women who run beer parlours are either divorcees or widows who used their promiscuous lifestyle to send their husbands to an early grave.

The young man made this assertion in a Facebook post on Monday, October 3.

Kole said it’s uncommon to see a woman who manages a beer shop and is still faithful to her spouse, in response to a Facebook user who asked if a woman can run a beer parlor and still remain faithful to her husband.

“All the woman who own beer parlor that I have ever seen are divorcee or widows who have used their reckless irresponsible and promiscuous life style to send their husbands to early grave. It’s so rare finding a woman who run a beer parlor still faithful to her husband.” He said.

This comes after Andrea Ekeng Inyang, the special assistant on strategic communication to Cross River Governor, Ben Ayade, has advised men against marrying women who drink beer in public.

Inyang, who gave this counsel in a Facebook post, said men who marry such women will not find peace in the marriage.

“Don’t marry any woman that sits in public to drink Gulder beer. You won’t find peace in that marriage.” he wrote.

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