- Former governor of Ekiti state, Ayo Fayose, has hinted that men who don't have beautiful wives end up cheating out the matrimony
- Fayose thus said his newly married son Oluwanigba has no excuse to cheat on his wife because she is beautiful
- The popular former governor also advised his son to make a name for himself and build his own legacy
Lekki Peninsula II, Lagos - Ayo Fayose, a former governor of Ekiti state, has said his newly married son has no excuse to cheat on his bride because she is beautiful with a flat stomach and white teeth.
The Cable reported that the former governor's comment was contained in a video of the couple’s wedding ceremony that surfaced on Tuesday, October 6.
In the footage, Fayose, while giving the groom’s father's speech, said the wife’s beauty is a vital determinant of stable marriage.
He also said men who don’t have a beautiful wife “end up cheating out the matrimony.”
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His words (spoken in the Yoruba language):
“Whoever sees you today will see that I’m lucky that my son is marrying a beauty. If one doesn’t have a beautiful wife, one will end up cheating out the matrimony. My son has no excuse for cheating. You are beautiful, with a flat stomach, white teeth, and you have everything set."
Fayose afterwards prayed for the couple and advised his son to build his legacy away from his father’s name.
The wedding ceremony between Oluwanigba Fayose and Olamide Adekunle Abdul took place at the Monarch event centre, Lekki Peninsula II, Lagos, on Saturday, October 23.
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Meanwhile, Oyo state governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde, has advised young Nigerians not to be caught up in politicians' battles.
Makinde gave the advice on Saturday, October 23 during the wedding of the son of the former governor of Ekiti state.
Makinde and Fayose recently had open political differences over the control of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the southwest region. Although Fayose later conceded defeat after his preferred candidate, Eddy Olafeso lost to Taofeek Arapaja who was backed by Governor Makinde during the southwest zonal PDP congress, there were indications that the party in the zone may still not be united.