“The Kitchen Is My Office, My Man Doesn’t Have To Come There” – Nana Aba Anamoah

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“The Kitchen Is My Office, My Man Doesn’t Have To Come There” – Nana Aba Anamoah

Nana Aba Anamoah has revealed that she believes in the so-called African traditional gender roles, the same roles the ‘yaanom’ of today want to throw away into the toilet.

S*xy and accomplished Nana Aba Anamoah, in a chat with the Super Morning Show, revealed that she sees the kitchen as her office and thus she doesn’t expect her man to come in there to help her.

According to her, she’s a ‘traditionalist’ and believes the man must assume his proper role and she also has to assume her proper role.

“I am a conservative…the kitchen is mine and that is my office so don’t come into my space,” she said, referring to her man.

“[My] man is there for a reason and must assume the traditional male role. I’m supposed to treat my man well,” she added.

Nana Aba made said if her man needed to eat, she will prepare something for him even if she was busy with something else.

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