on my wedding night I looked after my husband and satisfied his sexual needs
Aisha Esufu, a Nigerian human rights activist, says she was the one who asked Aliu, her husband, to go outside before they hit it off and eventually got married.
She revealed this revelation in an interview with BBC Pidgin, reflecting on her height, marriage and personality.
Aisha said her tendency to control events around her made it easier for her to start a relationship.
“How I met my husband is a long story. I asked him out on a date. I arranged it so that he could see me as a wife, since he did not see me as a wife. He would tell you that I do not act like a wife. “ she said.
The co-host of the Bring Our Girls (BBOG) campaign urged women to abandon the mentality that men should always start relationships.
“It amuses me when I see women approaching their 30s and 40s who say they don’t have men asking them out. They should go and look for men of their choice, start a relationship and marry them. “ she added.
“I would advise young women to stop waiting for men to come and propose. They can do the same too. “
The activist also said that she is always ready to realize her husband’s sexual fantasies, citing their wedding night as an example.
“My husband always said one thing: I never say no to him. You know I’m an Edo woman, we have to do this. “ she said.
“On my wedding night, I told my husband that you want it anyway, ask me. Whatever fantasy you have, I am available because this is my main job, do not delegate it. Anything else that I delegate, but I’m not kidding about this work. “
Source: – Cable