- Ruth Kadiri Ezerika has taken to social media to dish out some advice to women
- In a recent tweet, the Nollywood star cited the Bible as she urged women to submit to their husbands
- She shared her post in support of Pastor Adeboye who was recently dragged for his birthday post to wife in which he reiterated that a man is the head of the home
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Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Ruth Kadiri, has taken to social media to dish out some interesting piece of advice to women about the need to avoid struggling for the position of their men.
Recall RCCG general overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, received heat online over his birthday message to his wife in which he advised women to let their husbands be the heads of their home and learn to submit.
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Well, Ruth seems to agree, using the Bible to back up her claims. In a recent tweet in which she shared a photo of herself, the actress urged women not to struggle with a man for his position.
She added that women should submit to their men as it earns them respect. According to her, no man wants to lose that position or be denied it.
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"Pastor Adeboye isn't lying at all. The Bible clearly states that man is the head and the woman should be submissiv3 to him. Don't drag the position with a man, he will respect you for that. No man wants to lose that position or be denied of it," she tweeted.
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Only a few days ago, she weighed in on the Will and Jada Smith's marriage saga, following the wife's involvement with singer August Alsina.
In a recent post shared to her Instagram page, she pointed out that it was mostly African men who were ridiculing the Bad Boy star for forgiving his wife's situation.
She went on to state that women who mocked the actor low-key wished for a man like him and because they don't have, are hurt.
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Also, Pastor Laurie Idahosa joined the conversation a while ago.
The woman of God who is also a motivational speaker and author stated that marriage is not a place to have entanglements with others.
In a post shared to her Instagram account, Laurie uploaded a photo of herself with her husband, Bishop Benson Idahosa and followed it up with her writeup.
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