Ghanaian women advised to show more respect to their husbands, not just pastors

Ghanaian women advised to show more respect to their husbands, not just pastors

Ghanaian women have been advised to show more respect to their husbands than just their pastors.

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Celestine Donkor, a Ghanaian gospel musician, shared the advice when speaking to the Daily Heritage newspaper.

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Women advised to show more respect to your husbands, not just pastors

Women advised to show more respect to your husbands, not just pastors

The “Turning Around” hitmaker believes that married women should focus on treating their husbands with humility and stop trying harder to please their pastors and bosses.

The artiste, who was host of ‘Celestial Praiz’ was surprised by her husband, Mr Emmanuel Donkor, who renewed his marital vows to the wife at the event.

Celestine excitedly stated, “I am very surprised; I have not seen him for three nights. All we do is to communicate on phone. I am really grateful for [him] being in my life.

Celestine Donkor and husband

Celestine Donkor and husband

"Women have the power to build a home, submit yourself to your husbands. My husband is not a public personality but he is my number one boss.”

I give him the respect as the head of the family because he is the brain behind my beauty. In fact, he is my backbone,” she added.

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