- Dag Heward-Mills has said good husbands must pamper their wives
- He said such husbands would always buy makeup kits and Brazilian wigs for their wives
- Some Ghanaian men are not happy with his statement and have slammed him
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The founder and leader of Lighthouse Chapel International, Dag Heward Mills, has been slammed for saying good husbands buy Brazilian wigs for their wives.
According to him, good and loving husbands pamper their wives and do not deny them anything.
To him, good husbands must also be willing to buy their wives Brazilian hair and makeup kits to make them look more beautiful.
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Though some people have been excited with Heward-Mills’ statement, some are not and have slammed him.
Daniel, for instance, said Dag should preach salvation and not artificial beauty:
Ofosu was also not happy with Dag’s statement asking if men who cannot afford such things are not good husbands:
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Alice supported him:
Damien said he was shocked at Heward-Mills’ statement:
Kelvin asked how he can claim to be a good man of God:
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Ken said God should forgive us:
Wiafe was not happy with the statement at all:
Bob wondered what happened to made in Ghana products:
Nana Adoma wondered Heward-Mills’ intentions for saying that:
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Meanwhile, Dag-Heward Mills and his wife Adelaide Mills have recently celebrated thirty years of marriage.
The wife shared a throwback wedding photo of when they were young and starting life together.
He remains one of Ghana’s most respected and revered pastors.
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