- Ekerenam Asuquo has urged newlyweds to stop spending their first nights in hotels
- The social media user says several men take prostitutes to these hotels to have sex with them on the same bed,
- He, therefore, indicated that it is not advisable for newly married couples to consummate their marriage such places
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A Nigerian known as Ekerenam Asuquo says it is stupid for newlyweds to spend their first night and have sex in hotels.
According to him, several men take prostitutes to these hotels to have sex with them on the same bed, therefore, it is not advisable for newly-weds to consummate their marriage at such places and on those beds.
In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ekerenam said newly-weds spending their first night in hotels can destroy their beautiful marriage spiritually on that night.
“Dear newly married couples… Stop going to hotels to spend your first night with each other… The same bed hired by some men to sleep with prostitutes is where you lay your marital alter… Its not just wrong, it's stupid."
"Even if you have one room, sleep with your wife in your one room. Sex is spiritual. Don’t mess up your “foundation” (Over sabi people will now say I’m being religious… I’m being spiritual dear).ARE WE TOGETHER?," he quizzed.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that A lady who identifies herself as 'Royal Majesty' had made some shocking revelations about the tricks use on men in the name love to drain money from them.
According to Royal Majesty, a lady who loves a guy will feel shy to ask him for money.
"A girl who loves you will be shy to ask you for money! ," she posted on Twitter.
Her post comes on the back of several experiences guys have shared with regards to how several ladies have drained them financially in the name of love and relationship.
Perhaps from this lesson, a lot of guys will learn to smarter when it comes to relationship issues
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