Helen Paul Suggests Women’s Salaries Should Be Paid to Their Husbands’ Accounts

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Popular Nigerian comedienne Helen Paul recently sparked a debate by suggesting that women’s salaries should be paid directly into their husbands’ bank accounts.

Taking to Instagram, she posed the question to her fellow women, inviting their opinions on the matter. In her post, she wrote: “‘I think women’s salaries should be paid directly to their husband’s bank account’. My fellow women, what do you think?”

Paul’s suggestion generated a mix of reactions, with some women agreeing while others voiced their disagreement in the comment section.

Paul rose to prominence as a mischievous comic character on the popular Nigerian radio program “Wetin Dey” on Radio Continental 102.3FM, Lagos. Known as “Tatafo,” she humorously addressed societal issues in a satirical manner.

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In July 2012, Paul released her debut album titled “Welcome Party,” featuring Afro-Pop songs such as “Boju Boju,” “Vernacular,” “Gbedu,” “God Forbid,” and “Use Calculator,” as well as an Afro RnB song titled “Children of the World.” She has also released singles like “Take It Back” and, in 2018, “Never Knew,” which includes both audio and visuals, chronicling her journey through her developmental years and career progression.

 

Paul, who holds a doctorate in Theater Arts from the University of Lagos, continues to engage her audience with her unique blend of comedy and insightful commentary on social issues.

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