Photos: Nigerian Women Working Hard To Provide For Husbands In Delta State

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Sept 19, 2014 – Pictures: Nigerian Women Working Hard To Provide For Husbands In Delta State

Some men may not like this but the fact remains that most women in the rural area of Delta State are the breadwinners for their families.

These hardworking women can be seen on the road riding their Okadas to the farm while their husbands are relaxing at home drinking palm wine and ogogoro.

These pictures were taken by Emmanuel Osodi, a Delta-based photojournalist

Pictured above is a woman with a baby strapped to her back conveying a heavy load at Boji Boji area of Agbor in Delta state

Below, Female butchers waiting for prospective customers at Uzere Community market in Delta state

Mother and daughter riding motorcycle home from the farm in Agbor area of Delta state

Pictured below is a teenage mum and another girl working on a building construction site in Uzere area of Delta State.

Pictured below is an elderly woman returning back home from her farm in Oleh community in Delta State.

Kudos to our women and hardworking men not acknowledged in this photo news.

This is a wake up call to all men, you are meant to provide for your family.

10 thoughts on “Photos: Nigerian Women Working Hard To Provide For Husbands In Delta State

  1. It is a fact.The men are lazy.What you call ogogoro is actually called ‘sapele water’.The men sit down whereas the women do all the hard work.So shameful.

  2. In this jet age? This is an act of wickedness. These are women who will still get home to cook and at night such man will still want to have his way on bed. What kind of tradition is that.

  3. Those men who are just seated and waiting for their wives to serve them are fools who need deliverance. Honestly who can you turn your wife into a being that will be working for you, whereby you seat back and fold your long arms which you always use for stealing. idiots.

  4. Hmmm!!!! diz one serioz gbege o. kudos 2 these women, who work themselves to the bone, just to put food on their table while thier husbands sit back @home to enjoy themselves with “sapele water” then at the eve of the 9t,they’ll still enjoy their exhausted wives all in the name weird tradition. okpodo ami, isin akpa ikpike mbufo usen kiet. I can’t condone idolent men

  5. Therde nothing I hate with passion like a LAZY MAN, tufiakwa!how can a woman be providing and u seat shamelessly and comfortably eating, if men are called out, u too will show up as a man, it is a curse!

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