Joshua Orochi, a Nigerian man, recently utilized social media to counsel women facing male infertility issues to explore alternative methods of conception
. In a Facebook post, he advised women not to be naive, suggesting that they consider getting pregnant by other men without divulging this to their husbands.
“If your husband is finding it difficult to make babies, don’t be naive, go out there and get pregnant but keep it a secret, it’s part of your duty as a good wife.”
Reacting to his statement, a facebook user wrote; “Na waah ohh, thank God for Facebook helping people to speak out, if not how would we know that such a gentle and responsible looking man like this could say a thing like this.
Wonders shall never end.”
Replying to her, he clarified that it was a cultural thing and it didn’t matter as long as the people involved were married.
“you don’t know your culture naa. It’s possible you are not a true son of your father should DNA test be carried out now, but there’s no need for DNA test, after all, your father married your mother,” he wrote.