Wednesday, 3 August 2016

A man without income not entitled to have erection – Toke Makinwa defends Pastor Adeboye’s warning

Toke Makinwa
Popular On Air Personality, OAP, Toke Makinwa, has waded into the much debated advice by the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E.A Adeoye to young men and women concerning marriage.
In a video, Adeboye warned women, “Don’t marry a man who has no job. Before God gave Adam Eve, he gave him a job. He said, ‘This is the garden, keep it.’ So when anybody comes to you and say, ‘Sister, thus saith the Lord, you are going to be the star in my firmament,’ ask him — ‘What is your job?’”
In another video, he advised men, “Marry a prayer warrior! Don’t marry any girl who cannot pray for one hour non-stop. Don’t marry a girl who is lazy! If she is lazy when she is single, what will happen if she is married?
The warning trended on twitter, with many countering his claims while others insisted the soft-spoken preacher was on point.
On her part, the OAP took to her Instagram page @tokemakinwa to support Pastor Adeboye.
The divorced media personality wrote: “A man is to provide for his household and not the other way round. If he has no income, he should not marry #deepbuttrue.
“The foundation remains. Men too should pray but because women pay more attention to details, it is important to know how to pray.
“The issue of praying for an hour, it is said that a man is the roof and the woman the foundation.
“If the wind blows the roof, coking is not an issue. He didn’t assay she must cook for you every day of her life?…#read between the lines people.
“Before God gave Adam eve, he gave him a job. Ladies shine your eyes. Let his vision materialize before you marry him.
“Pastor Adeboye did not say anything bad, if anything I would hope the women take the advice on men seriously.
“Matter of fact, if he has no income, he is not entitled to an erection.
“Let him find another job, let him find something to do,” the 31-year-old added.






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