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There’s No Room For Divorce In Marriage – Cleric



A cleric, Adeniyi Majekodunmi has revealed that there is no room for divorce, stressing that God is against the act.

Speaking as co-guest speaker at a youth conference held at Jesus Is The Answer Prayer and Evangelical Ministry, JAPEM, in Osogbo on Sunday, he emphasized that the fact that some men of God practiced this act doesn’t validate it.

The cleric who was speaking on the necessity of involving God in selection of a martial parental, noting that those who failed to do so most instead of divorcing the partner most go back and pray to God to seeks his intervention.

He also held that men are the head of the house and to this fact they must lead by example and not just provide but also support his family.

His words, “The man is a leader and most always be ahead in prayer, wisdom, fasting, among others, if he’s seen ahead it’ll be difficult for the woman to totally submit to the husband.”

However, another guest speaker, Adeyinka Majekodunmi, speaking on the female aspect, enjoined women to be submissive to there husbands.

She also stressed on the new to move close to God by putting absolute trust in Him before making any choice.

Majekodunmi said, “the same way you take care of yourself outer beauty, invest that same energy in taking care of your inner beauty that makes you so close to God.

However, the Pentecostal Fellow o Nigeria, Oluode/ Ile idande area, lauded the organisers of the conference, noting that the the topic addressed “marriage” is a very important one as it addressed many issues faced by many couples.

Meanwhile, a participant, Olaoluwa Adeboyo, held that the program has actually addressed the issue of communication in marriage which is very key.

He said, “one of the things have learnt from this program is that communication is very important and it’s one of the things that affects marriage, and my advice for youth that are aspiring to get married is to put God first and take communication very important”

Additionally, another participant, Olakemi Aiyepokiki, appealed to aspiring youths to put God first before going into marriage and parents need to support them in the pursuit, urging female should be submissive to her husband.