Archbishop Charles Agyinasare has recently raised concerns about people having to do what is right and just.
While delivering a sermon to his congregants on the eve of Christmas at the Perez Dome, the highly acknowledged man of God stated that nowadays there aren’t too many noble men in the country.
He further disclosed that though he is not encouraging promiscuity, he wouldn’t advise any man to beat his wife when he catches her cheating on him.
Rather, he would advise such a man to allow the lady caught engaging in the act of promiscuity to leave in peace.
Adding to this, he advised young ladies to support men who have intentions of marrying once they make their marriage intentions known to them.
Citing his experience as an example, Bishop Agyinasare said when he first met his wife, he only bought six pieces of clothes but his wife supported by buying an additional two to add to what he had and afterwards, his sisters supported with an additional two for his marriage.
Furthermore, the man of God revealed that his wife also gave him her jewelries to be added to the Items to be used for their marriage.
Adding to this, Bishop Agyinasare said it’s heartbreaking to see several young men and women look down on their partners due to their financial situation.
Reminiscing on the early stages of his marital life, he revealed that when he met his wife, he could only take her from Akim Oda to Asamankese but now she can fly her to Hawaii, Singapore, Japan and many other foreign countries.