Revered man of God suggests African men are not romantic

Revered man of God suggests African men are not romantic

The founder and head pastor of the Calvary Charismatic Centre (CCC), Rev. Ransford Obeng, has said that African men lack consideration while urging them, particularly Ghanaian men, to be more romantic.

Reverend Ransford Obeng, the founder and head pastor of the Calvary Charismatic Centre (CCC) has descended heavily on African men, describing them as selfish people who are unromantic.

He explained that if you are the kind of man who sits unconcern while your wife does every tedious household chores and serves you, as if she were a slave, then his message is directed at you.

Some reports disclosed that the man of God made the damning verdict about African men during a sermon at his church.

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In Africa, when a man and his wife are from the farm, you see the woman carrying a load of foodstuffs and at the same time carrying a baby while the man follows her with a hoe. At home, the woman has to cook for the family and the man seen relaxing under a shed.''

He explained that in Africa, “after the woman has cooked, the best part of the meal is given to the man. The woman fetches water for the husband to bath. The woman has to go back to the kitchen to do the cleaning of the cooking utensils.''

“By the time she finishes, the man is already in bed with fresh energy. The moment the woman hits on the bed, the man then bounces back on her for s3x,” Reverend Obeng is quoted as saying.

The respected man of God couldn't have emphasized it any better, especially when most African men have the orientation that it is the sole responsibly of women to take charge of household duties.

Perhaps, his message will excavate entrenched ill mindsets and help change attitudes.

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