The actor took to his Twitter account to reveal that men never choose to be providers, so they should pause sometimes the whole burden of providing for the family. This is to enable men to think and take care of themselves, including their physical and mental health.
According to him, they can also do this by checking up on therapists and having alone time.
Here’s what he tweeted:
“Fellow Nigerian men PLEASE take care of your physical and mental health. You didn’t choose your gender or the label of PROVIDER so abeg no kill yourself.
Take time off from chasing those cheques and reward yourself with some quality ALONE time. Get yourself regular medical check-ups – there are several things we men need to look at. Find time to speak regularly to a therapist. Trust me you don’t want to be a statistic.
Las lass rent, school fees, food money, utility bills, etc will always be there and will be sorted whether you’re dead or alive. If you no meet up tell them to say na owe you owe you no kee pesin! God help us all”.