Nigerians have taken to social media in droves to react to comments made by Pastor E.A Adeboye of RCCG that young men should not marry lazy ladies and ladies who cannot cook. Read his full statement here.
A social media activist, Asuquo Ulo, said the teachings were part of unacceptable thinking that characterised the age.
The tweeter disagreed with the cleric’s position, saying “marriage is really beyond jobs, cooking and prayers”.
As far as Chinye Onwordi, a Twitter user, is concerned, Adeboye’s advice had solved a persisting puzzle on the social media.
“Whether Nigerian ladies agree to cook when they marry or not, Adeboye has spoken the truth nobody should shy away from,” he tweeted.
See the reactions below:
Pastor Adeboye is ignorant? ??. May God forgive you for what you said. https://t.co/AfsWFp1ccE
— -koffss (@_koffss) August 2, 2016
In as Much as i Know i am a Bit Stubborn , I cannot Marry a Woman who do not Pray.
Pastor adeboye said Facts tho some wont gerrit
— OchinanWata 1 (@mr_ochonogor) August 2, 2016
If you have a problem with Pastor Adeboye's comment, you are the reason why there is no head of fish in our sardine. Better behave yourself!
— Mr Paul (@crunkee02) August 2, 2016
Pastor Adeboye is of the older Yoruba generation who love and adore women who are expert in the kitchen. It was totally his view.
— The Great Wangsby (@PololisWang) August 2, 2016
Twitter feminists after Pastor Adeboye released prophecy …
"Don't Marry A Woman Who Cannot Cook". pic.twitter.com/LRis8aVFsL
— Babs (@BabatundeCASH) August 2, 2016
What Pastor Adeboye said is what a good father or mother will tell their sons or daughters. Pure logic!
— DocTor YazzY™ (@Dr_Yazzy) August 2, 2016
Pastor Adeboye b lyk
If u lyk shout frm nw till abacha cmes bk. If u dnt knw hw to cook,v tld my boys wat 2 do. pic.twitter.com/wzGWIZv8WG
— Follow bk plz (@EliasChy) August 2, 2016
Funny how these ladies agree with what pastor adeboye said about men
— D.O (@DOlusegun) August 2, 2016
Pastor Adeboye we thank you for ending this long debate. You spoke from a spiritual realm not mere mortal realm. ? ? ? ?
— Ahmed Rufai Isah (@Sir_Ruffy) August 2, 2016
With due respect I have clarified my positn I love Baba Adeboye but cannot accept wt is dangerous 2 d BodyOfChrist! https://t.co/JAXe8v9rNf
— Pro Folayan Osekita (@Osekita) August 3, 2016
Ur life is full of lies… It wasn't Adeboye, it was Oyedepo. https://t.co/v7JCq2ZjCG
— Cooldam (@CooldamXbone) August 3, 2016
This Oga adeboye sef, how long d man go continue 2 hold una mr&mrs follow follow 4 job, well one day go b one day: https://t.co/6ks1Mg7WLO
— Seun Anikulapo Kuti (@RealSeunKuti) August 3, 2016
Pastor Adeboye: Don't marry a man without a job, "Feminists": YASSS!!
P.A: Don't marry a woman who can't cook, "Feminists": Naayy
— Ricky Sharks. (@Twickta) August 3, 2016
— Deezer234 (@deezer234) August 3, 2016
Pastor Adeboye did not say anything bad, if anything I would hope the women take the advice on men seriously
— Toke Makinwa (@tokstarr) August 3, 2016
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