Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has landed himself in hot water after responding to criticism from his wife, by suggesting she was disloyal and should be in the kitchen.
The remarks came after First Lady Aisha Buhari told the BBC that she may not stand alongside her husband at the next election, because he had lost control of his government by appointing people he didn't know.
Speaking at a press conference in Germany, Mr Buhari rejected his wife's comments.
"I don't know which party my wife belongs to - but she belongs to my kitchen and my living room and the other room," he said. The 'other room' is believed to be his bedroom.
Mr Buhari also said he had "superior knowledge" compared to his wife, due to his political experience.
The sexist remark was made while Mr Buhari was standing just a metre from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who appeared to give the Nigerian President an angry stare.
Mr Buhari has come under international scrutiny for his comments, and many people took to social media to express their disgust at his comments.
Mr Buhari is yet to respond to the criticism.