Pastors in each branch of a church I attend in Ghana proposed to me - Abena Magis

Pastors in each branch of a church I attend in Ghana proposed to me - Abena Magis

- Famous relationship advisor, Abena Magis, has alleged that there is a particular church whose pastors have proposed to her at every branch she went to

- According to her, the supposed men of God back their actions with scriptural quotations

- She also indicated that the habit is spreading among many churches in the country

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Abena Magis, a popular Ghanaian relationship advisor on Facebook has said that there is a particular church in Ghana that she will never attend.

In an interview with Joy News sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of the organization, Abena said at every branch of the church that she visited, there was a pastor who proposed love to her.

She explained that although she is married, the pastors do not care about that as all they want from her is to say yes to their proposals.

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"They do not mind whether I am single or married. The most important thing for them is for you to consent...to the extend that they actually try using the Bible to support their act".

According to Abena, many of the pastors quote the story of Abraham having an affair with Hagah whilst he was still married to Sarah, as a defense for their actions.

The famous relationship advisor also indicated that a large number of churches in Ghana have women who find no trouble getting in bed with their pastors as this belief runs through many of them.

Pastors in each branch of a church I attend in Ghana proposed to me - Abena Magis
Pastors in each branch of a church I attend in Ghana proposed to me - Abena Magis Credit: Abena Magis
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Also, a gentleman named Koo Kofi on Facebook has heaped reactions with a post that asserts that a woman in the 21st century does not need to be able to perform house chores to be a good wife.

In the post that was made in the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the gentleman indicated that men who still hold the view that a good wife must be able to cook, clean, and wash have a third-century mindset.

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To buttress his point, Koo Kofi said wives of rich kings and princes do not perform domestic chores and men should stop being poor in order to give their wives the good life they deserve.

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