Pastor Deborah Omale has found herself at the center of a national debate following her recent advice to women in Nigeria. Her words have sparked a fierce discussion with reactions pouring in from all corners of the country.
Pastor Omale stated that women should avoid engaging in daily conflicts with their husbands, cautioning that such actions might drive men into the arms of other women. She emphasized the importance of providing husbands with peace and happiness, even in the face of disagreements or grievances.
She warned that persistent argument and disagreement could lead husbands to seek solace in the company of other women. This honest advice has left many Nigerians divided on the matter.
Social media platforms have been flooded with discussions in the aftermath of Pastor Omale’s advice.
See reactions from netizens;
truecrimedaniel: “Even if you don’t fight him every day, there are still plenty waiting for him outside… Who will cheat will cheat.. it has almost nothing to do with the other person.”
is_glams: “It is the kind of environment he creates that he will get. He cannot create an environment like Ikorodu and expect to see Maldives.”
dear_hopeee: “So because they are plenty waiting for him outside, if he does something that hurts us constantly, we shouldn’t complain? These are the gatekeepers of Patriarchy. Tor.”
babydoll_sugarcrunch: “There are loads of men waiting for women outside too… Everything is not about a foolish man… Men need to learn how to behave at home and differentiate home from outside… Your woman would not fight you if you make her happy… Let the feelings be mutual… Men need pampering, and at times, they need that fight for a reset to happen; they’re easily manipulated… That’s why you see them leaving their homes and kids to be with a strange woman… Shout if need be, shout, please… make nobody pressure you.”
laviva bae: “You people should stop this, please, it’s becoming annoying. What about the things men should do to make wives happy? Every time it’s about what a woman should do and what a woman shouldn’t do. Are we here just to live life and please a man?”