Sharing on his Instagram, Burale advised men to leave a solid foundation for their wives and children so that they don't beg for bread once they are not there. He added that close family members won't help children once they cease to exist.
In a post shared by Tuko news, Burale said, "The day you are buried, your sisters all, brothers and friends will lie to your children that they will not suffer because you were their friend. When you want, just call me. Let your children call after a day. Watasema Hawa watoto mamayao alikufa waache kunisumbua."
" You men, the men you call your friends, the people who will be comforting your wife and rubbing your wife's back saying it is well, it is okay, will be trying to take advantage of her that evening. The best you can do is to leave a foundation that will never need a beg of bread."
In the post made by Tuko news, many netizens praised Burale for his wise advice to men in the modern society. Here are some of their comments.
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