“If a guy is his 40s and unmarried, there is always a reason” – Pastor Kingsley Okonkwo advises ladies to be more careful

Prominent Nigerian pastor, Kingsley Okonkwo, has shared crucial insights and advice for single women who are eagerly looking forward to tying the knot. 

His words of wisdom came with a specific focus on men in their 40s who are still unmarried, shedding light on their potential reasons for staying single, particularly when they aim to date women much younger than themselves, often a decade younger.

Pastor Kingsley Okonkwo emphasized that although this may not be a universal truth, it certainly holds in many cases. He advised single women to exercise caution when considering a relationship with a man in his 40s, emphasizing the importance of conducting thorough research and due diligence before making a lifelong commitment. The pastor’s intention is not to demonize such individuals but to encourage informed decision-making for women seeking marriage.

Reacting to his statement, some men have come out to reveal that it is not the case and hat they have just not been able to find a good woman. Other men have revealed that the same thing should also go for a woman.

Howveer, women who have dated men in their fourties’ seemed to agree with this statement in the comment section.

Meanwhile, earlier today, another respected figure within the religious community, Pastor Deborah, addressed a different aspect of relationships. She offered a compelling piece of advice, this time directed at married women. Pastor Deborah urged married women to refrain from engaging in constant conflicts and disputes with their husbands.

She explained that incessant fights and arguments can have detrimental consequences, driving husbands away from the home and potentially into the arms of other women who may be more receptive and understanding. 

Pastor Deborah highlighted the presence of numerous women outside the home who might be ready to provide emotional support to married men facing discord in their marriages.

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