A woman who dates two guys has a shaky future - Rev Oduro explains (Video)

A woman who dates two guys has a shaky future - Rev Oduro explains (Video)

- Counsellor Charlotte Oduro has advised ladies against dating more than one man in a passionate video

- The popular Ghanaian counsellor gives reasons explaining that being with 2 men with the mindset of eventually picking the better option produces a shaky future

- "Pick a man, no matter who he is, love him for who he is, support him," she said

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Popular Ghanaian counsellor Rev Mrs Charlotte Oduro has cautioned ladies strongly against having two partners, describing women who engage in that act as having a shaky future.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the renowned counsellor explained that many ladies choose to date more than one guy for their own selfish reasons.

According to Charlotte, those ladies do not actually love the men they date but only stay with them, trying to study and pick who will take care of them better.

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The lady reverend further explained that such behaviour on the part of ladies is not worthwhile as it only produces what she called a shaky future.

She says that women must learn to pick one person and commit to him. "Pick a man, no matter who he is, love him for who he is, support him, be there for him, understand him, when he is sick, be there for him," she said.

Counsellor Oduro paints the picture with her ever passionate words that yielding to one man with all of one's heart is what would produce the glorious marriage that many ladies seek.

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While on the subject of people giving strong opinions on relationship issues, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Moni Osibodu, a popular vlogger has caused a great stir on Twitter with a post that says all friends who remain close to someone's ex-partner are not true friends.

The post saw massive reactions from numerous social media users with people stating strong opinions for and against Osibodu's view. YEN.com.gh compiled all necessary details of the rather interesting debate.

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