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Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by deeprof123: 8:18pm On Nov 11, 2015
Straight to point.
Married for 6yrs with 2 kids.
Husband works in a bank.
Wife works with FMCG.
Husband loses job.
Husband family insist wife resign for their son to replace her at FMCG.
Husband has tried to convince his family that it is not done anywhere unless both will be jobless.
Inlaws are defiant.

A friends current dilemma.

Do we still have these kind of family in these age?
Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by agarawu23(m): 8:21pm On Nov 11, 2015
Only if your in laws are the one controlling or feeding your family smiley

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Nobody: 8:24pm On Nov 11, 2015
Ur friend no try at all

He shud run his affairs privately

Why would anyone asides his wife know he lost his job?

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by cococandy(f): 8:28pm On Nov 11, 2015
Funny

So the man can't go look for another job?

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by babygirlfl: 8:36pm On Nov 11, 2015
I don't believe this story. Let's just assume it's true.

In-laws have no say whatsoever in our home. Suggestion welcomed but that's where it ends.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Godfullsam(m): 9:08pm On Nov 11, 2015
Straight to the point

Husband family are illiterates

Straight to the point

Husband is not man enough to handle his home without family interference.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Pidggin(f): 9:14pm On Nov 11, 2015
Which type of in-laws are these? Nawa, she should ignore them.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Kimoni: 9:20pm On Nov 11, 2015
Superstory undecided is it now the case that when you resign your job, a family or friend automatically replaces you? Na so dem dey get job by replacement??

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Onegai(f): 9:29pm On Nov 11, 2015
Someone should start a hashtag: #StvpidShitNaijaInLawsSay

The in-laws themselves, has any of them ever replaced themselves at their jobs?

As in, this is not illiteracy, this is people trying to destroy someone's life and his family. When they are begging for rent and food, they will now come and register. on NL and those. in-laws will be strangely silent and mostly invisible.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Exponental(m): 10:51pm On Nov 11, 2015
Illiteracy is truly a disease. Not just a disease but a terminal one. Na them get the company abi?

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Exponental(m): 10:53pm On Nov 11, 2015
Illiteracy is truly a disease. Not just a disease but a terminal one. Na them get the company abi?
Assuming it is possible, if the company sacks the husband, the wife should resign being a housewife to what?
Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by DollyParton1(f): 11:33pm On Nov 11, 2015
People are this stupid?
It works like that now?
Do spouses replace each other at work now?
As if they are switching players on a football pitch.
Do they have equal qualification and competence?

I do not see any dilemma in this issue, because there is nothing to even think about.
The Ferck are the inlaws sniffing? Cowdung and Cameroon pepper?

I doubt if this story is true though.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by lovinam: 12:01am On Nov 12, 2015
This story can't be true. Are they all illiterate in that family?

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by SAMBARRY: 6:24am On Nov 12, 2015
So illiterate In laws will be controlling what a lettered person does and the decision he makes In his home when the in-laws don't even understand how things work In organizations.it's time for him to man up and put every body In their place. In colloquial terms, give them their size

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by eyinjuege: 6:44am On Nov 12, 2015
The man's relatives must be high on something strong. Do they really think the man can replace the wife at her place of work when she's forcefully made to resign? Orisirisi things... Smh
It's time for the man to be on ignore mode......
Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Griffon(m): 6:52am On Nov 12, 2015
Unemployed husband to replace employed wife?

Those funny inlaws must be big fans of football, they're trying to make a tactical substitution.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by cococandy(f): 7:13am On Nov 12, 2015
But sha OP you still need to come and explain how one spouse can replace the other at a place of work. In these times of job scarcity.

If it's possible, Na for people to do one arrangee rush-rush mushroom wedding to get someone else to take their place at work when they get a better job or are traveling out of the country for good.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by DollyParton1(f): 7:22am On Nov 12, 2015
commitcrime:
Ur friend no try at all

He shud run his affairs privately

Why would anyone asides his wife know he lost his job?

Lol.. seriously?
Anyone aside his wife shouldn't know he lost a job.
Interesting.
So how does he get a new job then.
Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Nobody: 7:27am On Nov 12, 2015
DollyParton1:


Lol.. seriously?
Anyone aside his wife shouldn't know he lost a job.
Interesting.
So how does he get a new job then.


My dear


Who has problem sharing helped?


Sending cv to companies ll get him a job with time
While job hunting, he can still pick a job where he ll be underemployed
Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Friday18: 8:40am On Nov 12, 2015
In law in Family Affairs. True but strange.
Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by zed7: 9:34am On Nov 12, 2015
Sounds like tales by moonlight. How can a wife resign and then the husband would replace her. Make una grow some IQ abeg.

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Nobody: 9:54am On Nov 12, 2015
The in laws must be high on cheap crack grin.

She should just ignore them. When they are tired they will keep quiet. Let her husband intensify his efforts to get a job. Or are they living together in the same house? .

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Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by raydatluvs(m): 4:25pm On Nov 12, 2015
Sometimes, I wonder the kind of relationship some guys have with their families. A guy should start having his say in his life early on so has to prevent this type of situation where his family tries to control his home. God knows my family know there limit and would not try this type of flip not to talk of future wife's own.

Plain silly... No offence just feels funny when I read stuff like this especially from the guy's family.
Re: Why Would Inlaws Insist That Wife Resign For Their Son? by Nobody: 7:16pm On Nov 12, 2015
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