Man cautions newlywed Nigerians against spending first night in hotel rooms

Man cautions newlywed Nigerians against spending first night in hotel rooms

- A married social media user has shared his wealth of knowledge with newlywed couples

- The man advised them against spending the first night of their union inside hotel rooms

- According to him, it is a stupid and wrong decision

A married Nigerian man identified as Ekerenam Asuquo on Facebook recently used his social media platform to share some words of advice for newlywed couples in the country.

Asuquo who seemed really concerned started off his advice by calling on new couples to stop going to hotel rooms to spend the first night of their new union.

According to him, it does not seem right to lay the altar of the new marriage against a bed where several other men bring ‘call girls’ to fornicate.

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He said that the action is not only wrong but could also be considered as a stupid one.

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Speaking further, Asuquo said that even in situation where the new couple only has a one room apartment, they should not hesitate to spend the night there.

Concluding his message, a concerned Asuquo emphasized that intercourse is spiritual and as such, couples should be careful not to ruin the foundation of their marriages.

See a screenshot of his post below:

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As seen on the concerned man's Facebook page. Photo: Ekerenam Asuquo
Source: Facebook

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In a marriage related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man advised married men not to discuss their plans with their wives. The man identified as Maduakor Wiseman Jesus advised men to discuss plans with their mothers and sisters if they want to succeed. He claimed that wives are a threat to destiny and mothers give better advice than wives.

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Still on marriage and couples, Nollywood actor Yul Edochie used his social media platform to share some important words of advice for fellow men, especially those that are still married. The actor and husband urged men to see their wives as partners and not people to be controlled. Edochie in the post shared on his Twitter page charged men to endeavor to involve their wives in their personal and business activities.

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