Award-winning Nigerian actress, Mercy Aigbe has revealed that despite her busy schedule, she finds time to cook for her husband, Kazim Adeoti amongst other wifely duties.
She made the disclosure in a recent interview while talking about how love can make someone lower their standards and become submissive to their partner.
The mother of three said whenever she is not around, her husband and kids usually miss her, so anytime she returns home, she tries to make them appreciate her presence and one way she ensures that, is to prepare sumptuous meals for them.
Mercy Aigbe said; “In recent times, people are starting to see that other side of me, because I am influencing for a brand which entails me cooking, and doing some domestic activities. Before now, I never used to put things like that on social media, but now, because of the brand I am influencing for, I have to do that.
Of course, I cook for my husband. I do my wifely duties. Whenever I am at home, I always want everyone, including my husband and kids, to feel and appreciate my presence. Whenever I am at home, everybody is happy. And when I am not around, they miss me so much. I always make sure my family enjoys good food, and other beautiful moments with them.
Love will make one do many things. The people that are saying things like that don’t love their partners. If one loves the person one is with, one would be submissive. One would want to do everything to please one’s hubby, and that includes being submissive. Regardless of one’s status, one’s husband is one’s leader.”
Speaking on the qualities that attracted her to Kazim, the actress said his appealing appearance and ability to communicate stood out.
“I like his smile and dark skin. Beyond all that, I like his person. He is a very wise person, who communicates a lot. I believe that communication is key in relationship, because it helps understanding. I don’t like people that don’t talk. If you don’t talk, I wouldn’t know how you are feeling or what you want me to do.
I also like the fact that he is very understanding. Whenever he feels that he is wrong, he apologises. He is not the typical Nigerian man, who has a big ego. He is not egoistic, though he is strict. I like the fact that he is strict, because I like people that have morals and values.
Also, he is a great dad, who loves children. He loves to make the people around him comfortable. He is selfless as well. To cap it up, he is a fine man,” she said.