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“All that time my mum said come and learn how to cook for your husband little did she know it’s wife I’ll be cooking for” – LGBT rights activist, Pamela Adie

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All that time my mum said come and learn how to cook for your husband little did she know its wife Ill be cooking fCross River State-born lesbian and LGBT rights campaigner, Awhobiwom Pamela Adie has patted herself on the back for keeping her girlfriend well fed and happy. Taking to Facebook recently, she recalled how her mother used to tell her to come and learn how to cook for her husband, little did her mother know that it's a wife she will be cooking for."All that time my mum said “come into the kitchen and learn how to cook for your husband”, little did she know that it’s wife I’ll be cooking for….I used to vex but still went to learn anyway…but look at me today…keeping bae well fed. So glad I learned sha…How una dey?" She wrote.Ms Adie who was once married to a man, came out as gay in 2011 to the shock of her family and friends.The post “All that time my mum said come and learn how to cook for your husband little did she know its wife Ill be cooking for” – LGBT rights activist, Pamela Adie appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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