Never Marry a Woman Who Is Addicted to Visiting Prophets: Nigerian Pastor Warns Men, Stirs Reactions

Never Marry a Woman Who Is Addicted to Visiting Prophets: Nigerian Pastor Warns Men, Stirs Reactions

  • A Nigerian clergyman in the US, Shola Jordan Adeoye, has warned people against going into marriages with women addicted to seeing prophets
  • Pastor Adeoye said such marriages cannot last as they would always run by dictates of different prophecies
  • Many people have reacted to his submission as people said that men are also guilty of visiting different prophets

A Nigerian pastor based in Texas, America, Shola Jordan Adeoye, has spoken on relationships and issued a piece of advice to men.

In an Instagram post, Adeoye said that men should steer clear of women who are so addicted to visiting prophets, or the ones whose mothers are spiritual prostitutes.

His post received mixed reactions.
A Nigerian pastor's comment on marriage has stirred massive reactions. Photo source: @drsholaadeoye
Source: Instagram

A woman who trusts God

The America-based pastor said that such marriage if it happens will only be controlled by prophecies. He went ahead to say that a woman who puts her trust in God is the best fit for marriage.

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Not many Nigerians who took to his comment section agreed with him as some said that men are also guilty.

See his Instagram post below:

At the time of writing this report, the post has gathered tens of comments with over 400 likes. Below are some of the reactions:

mamashow75 said:

"Not only woman some men visit prophets more than woman sir."

sassy_beauty20 said:

"Very apt, awon tojubole eran nuru."

teemastreats said:

"It actually runs both ways too Sir, not the woman alone."

oracleofawka said:

"A woman who knows and trusts in her self and her culture is the best for marriage."

_c.ande said:

"This is sooo on point, and when you said one that is always going to church several times a week..."

He snatched my wife

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian medical doctor, Anthony Chijoke, went on Facebook with anger to accuse his colleague, Ozuzu George Davidson, of destroying his home.

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In a series of Facebook posts, the man said that his friend, Dr Signor Onukwugha Amachukwu, who was his roommate for years without paying him a dime, colluded with George.

Chijoke said he did not know that he was dealing with a devil in sheep’s clothing all those years they were together.


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