Dr. Abel Damina, a Nigerian pastor, has slammed some wise words into the heads of young men who are yet to marry but are planning a lavish wedding.
Spending two million Naira (30,000 cedis) on a wedding just to make it unforgettable and remarkable, according to the chief and leader of Power City International, is pure nonsense.
‘You are a young man who is just starting out in life, so you want to waste N2 million on a wedding, you have no sense.’ Your father’s school fees is a waste of money. You must return to the village to receive a refund. If you have a good sense, N2 million will help you start a good company.
That is why people marry and then continue to settle their debts for a year. As a result, their union begins with bitterness and resentment. All is enraged that there would be friction in the house if there is a bill to pay and no money to eat. “That love will abruptly end,” he added.
He went on to say that most men go to certain lengths to please their loved ones, even those on Facebook.
“Does anybody know who you are on Facebook?” “Facebook is for faceless people you don’t meet, so you want to impress them and bankrupt your young man,” he said.