- A Nigerian pastor has caused an uproar on social media after dishing relationship advice to people on Facebook
- Pastor Samuel Ekundayo broke down how chicken can be employed in ascertaining if one's partner is being real in a relationship or not
- Samuel shared a photo of one of the outings with his wife in which she was captured eating chicken in public without shame
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A Nigerian pastor has educated social media users on how to detect if one's partner is being real in a relationship.
The pastor named Samuel Ekundayo in a Facebook post said this can be ascertained in the way the person handles chicken in the presence of the other partner while in public.
Using his wife as a case study, Samuel shared a photo of the lady 'man-handling' a piece of chicken on one of their dates.
The woman was seen in the picture munching on the edible without minding her hubby's presence.
He hailed his woman for being real and challenged others to carry out the test.
"If you’re in a relationship and you cannot eat your chicken the way my wife is eating it in this picture, in the presence of her then fiancé (me), just know that you both are still “forming”.
"This is one litmus test to know if you both are real or pretending.
"See somebody’s long neck.
"Someone guess the year…"
Omokunrin PureConcepts stated:
"Sir, it seems you were forming o... She is really digging it!"
Sia Elizabeth Gbenda said:
"There's dignity in been real."
Eze Onyeji commented:
"Originality is everything Sir..."
Pastor tells ladies not to marry jobless men
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Pastor Adeboye had advised ladies not to marry jobless men.
The pastor who was represented by Pastor Johnson Odesola, the assistant general overseer of the church's personnel and administration, explained that the woman would become the work if she ties the knot with a man who is jobless.
He also expressed that it is not a sin for a single lady to ask a man proposing marriage about his employment status.
"If not you will be the work."
The cleric further stated that the man is the key and the woman has only come to help.
“Whatever the woman does is help. The man is major director in the house.”
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