Young man preaches about making a marriage last on social media

Young man preaches about making a marriage last on social media

- A Facebook user identified as Lemichi Chofu has opined that marriage is all about forgiveness

- In post shared on Facebook, he stated that marriage is not for those who are not ready to forgive their partner at every twist and turn

- His post sparked a debate online in which someone asked about domestic violence

No one knows the secret of a happy, lasting marriage and each union is unique and has its own set of rules.

However, a Facebook user identified as Lemichi Chidi, has opined that marriage is only for those who understand and practice forgiveness.

Chidi stated that it’s not all roses and rainbows in marriage and in fact, those getting into it should prepare to be hurt countless of times but it is important to have the ability to forgive and move on.

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Lemichi’a short lecture on how to make a marriage work sparked a debate on social media and a lady asked if a woman should forgive a husband who hits her since he has suggested that one should always forgive.

In response, Chidi, answered and stated that the woman should forgive but she should leave he house and ultimately, the marriage.

Lemichi’a short lecture on how to make a marriage work sparked a debate on social media and a lady asked if a woman should forgive a husband who hits her since he has suggested that one should always forgive.

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Here are some reactions to the his post below:

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In response, Chidi, answered and stated that the woman should forgive but she should leave he house and ultimately, the marriage.

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Meanwhile, a Nigerian man took to social media to give reasons why a woman should not aspire to be more successful than her husband.

Identified as Echezona Enebeli, the man said women are created as helpmates and not competitors.

Many people have since reacted to the post, criticising him.

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