The Rev. Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Mount Zion Congregation in Odorkor, Jonathan Akwetey Abbey, says married men who refuse to wash the panties and clothes of their sick wives are wicked.
According to him, love is about helping one another and women have been washing the boxers and clothes of their husbands all the time so he finds no fault with married men doing same for their wives once a while or when they are ill.
Rev. Abbey also told Adom News Reporter, Kofi Nkansah that women become more appreciative when their husbands assist them in their house chores occasionally, especially by helping them to wash.
He says it is an act of wickedness for a married man to allow his wife do all the house chores and later ask for sex from the same woman later in the night.
Rev. Abbey made these comments when he addressed a congregation at a theme Breakfast Meeting of the Church of Pentecost English Assembly at Mpoasi District.
Meanwhile, a cross section of Ghanaians, in an interview with Adom News, agreed with Rev. Abbey, saying it is a shame for men to allow outsiders to wash their wives’ panties and clothes when the women are unable to do so.