Multiple award winning Ghanaian filmmaker, Leila Djansi has sparked an interesting row on social media by calling on all women to desist from cooking, washing or cleaning for men who have not married them.
Her statement could obviously consolidate the stance of Ghanaian Feminist group called Pepper Dem Ministries who inundated social media with the same concept some weeks ago.
We can’t tell if the famous filmmaker is a feminist but her stance on the matter, coupled with how she answered questions from her followers relating to the issue could give us a glimpse on her perception about women empowerment.
A male commenter on her wall, asked:
So can the same lady expect me to make her look beautiful before our marriage?? I mean investing on her if the need be?? Cux I don’t think once in a while helping ur partner to be is a crime here, unless otherwise.
Nope. A woman should be able to take care of her own self. You should not be spending money on a woman you are not married to. Save that money and invest in something else, unless of course, you are a sugar daddy.
Then you know it’s part of your duties. Then again, cooking and cleaning is not a prerequisite for paying for your partner to look the way that pleases THE BOTH OF YOU.