According to him, a woman should not marry a man that has no work “if not you will be the work.”
He noted it is not sinful for a single lady to politely ask any man proposing marriage whether or not he has a job. Stating that women are conceived as helpmeets, Adeboye argued that it is someone who has a job that can be helped.
Adeboye, who spoke through the Assistant General Overseer, (RCCG) Personnel and Administration, Pastor Johnson Odesola, said the man is key and the woman has only come to help.
“Whatever the woman does is a help. The man is a major director in the house,” he stressed.
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