Leke Adeboye criticises married women who tell singles that marriage is hard

Leke Adeboye criticises married women who tell singles that marriage is hard

- Clergyman Leke Adeboye has warned married women over the kinds of things they tell singles about marriage

- The man of God revealed that no two marriages are the same, hence, the experiences differ

- Leke urged married women to stop telling singles bad things about the holy institution

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With different groups on social media platforms, the internet is one of the places where people seek counsel as regards their marriages while sharing their marital woes anonymously.

As a result of this, many single women have expressed their fears for the institution of marriage.

Pastor Enoch Adeboye's son, Leke, has now spoken on the issue. The pastor told married people who are fond of saying that marriage is hard to stop making such a statement.

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Leke Adeboye speaks on marriage. Photo: @lekeadeboye
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According to the man of God, the single women they are advising will not be getting married to their husbands.

Leke stated this on his official Instagram page and many of his fans and followers agreed with him as they told him to speak louder.

He said:

"Stop telling singles that marriage is hard, they are not getting married to your partners."

In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Daddy Freeze defended Leke Adeboye after he was criticised by an evangelist.

Leke Adeboye shared a photo of himself wearing a cap turned backwards on his social media page.

A pastor identified as Victor Edet on Facebook cautioned the clergyman for what he believed to be 'gangster dressing'.

Reacting to this, Freeze took to his Instagram page to defend Leke. In his post, he stated that there was nothing wrong with Leke's dressing. He asked the pastor to enlighten people if there is a scriptural dress code for pastors.

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He ended the message by taking a swipe at the evangelist's command of written English in classic Daddy Freeze style.

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