A Nigerian lady has narrated how her husband asked her to write a proposal after she requested money from him to start a new business.

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In a Twitter thread, the lady said she had agreed to the idea and the pair fixed the presentation for 8am on Tuesday.

She, however, said that during the presentation, her husband informed her that she was not properly dressed and thereafter asked her to go and change her outfit.

The lady added that she had to go back and change her dress before continuing with her presentation.

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“Asked my husband for money to start a new business, he said I should write a proposal. Just sent it to his mail. Presentation is on tomorrow 8am sharp guys. Wish me luck,” she wrote.

“So I got there few minutes to 8am, Presentation started 8am as earlier stated. Frame 1: I was ‘inappropriately’ dressed for the presentation and was told to go back. Frame 2: Presentation in progress.”

In a follow-up post, the lady said it appeared she was finally able to impress her husband during the presentation.

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“I think I impressed him! Thank you guys for your support,” she added.

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Her thread has garnered thousands of likes and since ignited reactions on the microblogging platform, with Nigerians expressing their different views.

“Perfect example of why I’m single. I’m not your employee I’m your wife. And if I was your wife I tell you I want to start a business you’re my partner. So we should write a business plan together if anything. There ain’t no way I’m putting together a proposal for my husband!” a user wrote.

“The proposal will help her to know if the business is the right one before splashing the family’s money. Therefore their investment will at least have grounded reasons that it’ll work out well. The husband is being helpful to his wife in way that a lot of women don’t appreciate,” another user wrote.

Here’s what others had to say:

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