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According to NAN, Some men in Abuja were contacted to give reasons why they prefer to stop over at drinking joints before going home.
Few of them who spoke in Abuja noted that they did that to avoid unnecessary squabbles with their wives.
“I recall when we newly got married, my wife use to be very humble and caring but now it is the opposite.
“My wife complains on every issue and sometime I don’t even know how to handle or manage her.
“In one of the occasions when I got home, she started complaining over the children school fees which I already promised to settle at the end of the month,’’ he said.
Lucas said he wish he was still single to avoid the usual ranting of the wife, even when he came home late.
Mr. Samuel Olaedo a businessman at Wuse Market said he preferred to stop over at beer parlour to drink and watch football to ease off tension before going home.
“I recall an incident that happened some time ago. My wife asked me to buy a separate television for her to avoid her disturbance during football match.
“I told her I have no money for that now. Since she comes back home before me she will start watching her soap operas; she will hide the remote control from me.
“When I return home and try to change the station from the decoder we will start arguing which will result to insults,’’ he said.
Olaedo pointed out that he preferred going straight to his bed to sleep even when he returned home late just to avoid the wife’s disturbance.
A male boutique operator, who spoke on the condition anonymity, said the desire to take care of his girlfriend keeps him out in a garden everyday.
According to him, the wife is incapable of making the home interesting for him.
“My girlfriend is a very interesting person and she makes me very happy; that is why I spend more time with her than with my wife.
“My wife doesn’t make the home interesting, she is always busy chatting with her friends on phone and leaving me to myself but my girlfriend gives me attention and notices everything that bothers me,’’ he said.