Answering a hypothetical question of if she would leave if she caught her husband cheating.
“No , never. I can’t leave because of that one error. It’s not a good way to do these things but you know , I call my husband my partner , it’s a partnership , na two of us na hin dey inside (we are both in the relationship together).
So , what you would not want me to do to you , don’t do it to me. “It’s not feminism , it’s very simple mathematics. I didn’t say it’s equal partnership because my husband is the head of my home and it’s not feminism but when you go and cheat ,and you say it’s by mistake , did you fall inside by mistake? But he needs to explain to me , do you want to do it again?Advertisement
Those are the questions we would discuss and then he will pay a penalty under punishment like say you aren’t visiting home front again because you have gone to visit outside. It has never happened to me before , I and my husband are not saints but we are just blessed and you don’t know a man to the end , ” she said.
She also said she had learnt to communicate with her husband as they grew together. In January , Omawumi had celebrated the first anniversary of her traditional wedding.
Omawumi and Mr Yusuf have been legally married since 2015 but only had their traditional ceremony in Warri , Delta State , in 2018. They have two kids.