- Christina Shusho urged men to learn how to be protective guys who know how to provide for their wives
- She said most women want a guy who can fill the gap their fathers left
- The gospel singer stated not all women are pulled by money and a good game in the bedroom
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Tanzanian gospel singer Christina Shusho has detailed what most women look for in a man when they are searching for a husband.
The iconic musician agreed that some ladies want sex and money but most prefer having a guy who protects and cares for them.
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In a video shared on her YouTube channel, the pastor claimed that most women feel a pinch when they are pried out of their father’s arms.
To her, transitioning into marriage requires them to feel loved, embraced, babied and provided for by the man who decides to settle down their name.
Shusho noted that the best gift a husband can give his wife is mimicking the virtues of a true dad who is always a leader before he is anything else.
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“Close the gap created when she leaves her father’s house. Become the father figure she is missing and love her without holding back,” the Bongo celebrity said.
The Unikumbuke singer reminded men to always realise their wives are people’s kids and they were used to a certain type of life back when they lived with their husbands.
Shusho claimed most marriages experience troubles due to lack of knowledge from the man’s part.
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As previously reported, the gospel star revealed she left her husband’s home and church after God gave her an assignment.
She urged ladies not to kill their dreams under the guise of pleasing their better halves.
The preacher said people’s destinies are often not tied to each other and sometimes married couples needed to search for their purpose away from one another.
The songstress added that she and her husband had a sober discussion on why each of them needed to go their separate ways.
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