“Churches should normalize adding ‘let me d!e the day I cheat on you’ to the marriage vow” – Nigerian man

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A Nigerian man has taken to social media to suggest ways infidelity and cases of paternity fraud in marriage can be curbed.

According to the man, a journalist identified as Orietan Honor, churches should edit marriage vows to include curses for anyone who cheats on their spouse.

He said that this way, people would respect their marital vows more and be more faithful in their marriages.

Churches should normalize adding “Let me d!e the day I cheat on you” to the marriage vow/oat sw0rn by couples on the altar. This’ll limit infidelity & eradicate paternity fraud, side chick/boo cases.. Many homes will be preserved. Say after me “Let Me D!e The Day I Cheat On You!” He wrote on Twitter.

See his post below;

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In other news, a Nigerian lady has shared a video montage of her father happily bonding with her son despite a warning to disown her if she gets pregnant out of wedlock.

According to the lady, her father who is a strict pastor had repeatedly warned her against getting pregnant out of wedlock and said he would be very disappointed in her.

He also threatened to dissociate himself from her, and not be involved in raising the child.

Interestingly, when the worse happened and she fell pregnant and welcomed a child out of wedlock, her father’s stringent stance changed and he couldn’t help but dot over the child.

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She posted an adorable video of her father spending quality time with her son right from when he was born till his current age.

“Strict Nigerian dad/pastor: You mustn’t have a child before you are married, I’ll be so disappointed and want no involvement,” she said of her father’s previous threats.

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