Lead Pastor, Harvesters International Christian Center, Bolaji Idowu, has lamented over the difficult he encounters with getting people to either abstain or engage in sexual activity.
He disclosed how he often urges single individuals to refrain from fornicating while pleading with married couples to sleep with each other.
Pastor Bolaji stated this on his Twitter (X) account, sharing how exhausted he was from pleading with married couples to be more sexually active with their partners and cautioning single people against pre-marital sxx.
He wrote; “What exactly is going on? I’m tired of begging married people to sleep with each other and the single people not to sleep with each other.”
See his post below:
In another news….
Nigerian On Air Personality, Daddy Freeze, earlier revealed that he counselled 83 married women out of which 65 were having extra-marital affairs.
The broadcaster noted that the counseling happened in 2018 and the unfaithful women were ‘spirit-filled’ warriors in his the church he used to attend.
He said: “Intercourse is very very very important in a marriage or in a committed relationship. Don’t marry someone that can not satisfy you. Let me give you some scary statistics as a church leader. First, remember the Freenation Church only started in 2017, so all our members came from other churches, largely pentefraudsta.
“In 2018, I counselled 83 married women. Sixty-five of them had cheated on their husbands, and 43 of them had cheated more than once. At the same time, 25 of them were in current relationships with other men. These were spirit-filled prayer warriors o. Some were even workers in my former Pente church.
“If intercourse is not that important, please, why were they cheating?, from the moment you are engaged, my advice is, sample the goods, and taste the milk before you buy the cow. There is no scripture that says it is sinful for an engaged couple to have intercourse. The word fornication was coined by authors of the King James Bible, and it never included sxx between engaged or betrothed couples. Don’t be misled by motivational speakers.”