Men can cheat on their wives because they are the master - Bugri Naabu

Men can cheat on their wives because they are the master - Bugri Naabu

- Bugri Naabu of the NPP has adviced young Ghanaian men to be polygamous

- The former Northern Regional Chairmen of the party says “women are not correct”

- He believes men have every right to cheat on their wives

Former Northern Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bugri Naabu, sees nothing wrong for men to cheat on their wives.

The veteran politician in an interview on Joy Prime, makes the case that “men are higher than women” and that they are at the “top”.

“If the men cheat, it’s far better because they are the master and they marry you to come and support,” he argued.

Advising young men on whether to be polygamous or monogamous, Bugri Naabu intimated that “it is better to have more than one wife”.

"It is better to have more than one wife. Because the women themselves are not correct. The men are better. Even if you treat women well, they will go back cheating on you,” he added.

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Men can cheat on their wives because they are the master - Bugri Naabu
Men can cheat on their wives because they are the master - Bugri Naabu (Stock Photo)

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The church service, organized by Christ Embassy, was dubbed "Pneumatica Night 2021" and had congregants numbering in their thousands – with no facemasks or social distancing – singing and dancing in energetic praise.

Organizers of the church event have so far made the YouTube Video to the service “private” as many criticize the church for clear violations of Covid-19 protocols.

Founder of the church, Pastor Chris Oyakilome, is notoriously popular for his controversial stance on Covid-19 protocols and the vaccines. The pastor has launched campaigns against vaccine programs saying it is a conspiracy to wipe out the African race – an allegation the World Health Organization (WHO) has condemned.

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