Popular Ghanaian media figure Captain Smart has counseled young men to leave their stressful marriages.
During his guest appearance on TV3’s Day show, Captain Smart asserted that men are also victims of marital problems.
He contends that a man has every right to leave a marriage if he feels overburdened and stressed out by marital problems because marriages aren’t meant to be that stressful.
Captain Smart went on to say that men die younger than women because of the daily stress they experience.
“Men should not allow marriage to stress them. Men listen to me and listen good, don’t allow marriage to stress you. If it is not good for you, quit,” he said.
The controversial media personality explained that the African man has been dogmatised to stay in stressful marriages.
According to him, he is a typical African man and he wouldn’t allow anybody dictate to him how he should love his wife.
He added that he could be caring, loving and even assist his wife to do some of the house chores he feels he can help but he wouldn’t overdo them because of telenolva style of love.
Captain Smart said that every man must know their spouse more than even their parents and should bring her back on track she is going the wrong direction.
“These are some of the things that are killing the young men in town but they don’t know,” Captain Smart stated.
In other news, Rev. Eastwood Anaba, a well-known cleric from Ghana, has expressed grave concerns regarding the growing popularity of entertainment in churches.
The founder of Eastwood Anaba Ministries asserts that there is too much entertainment available at the expense of the main function of churches, which is to listen to God’s word.
In a video on Facebook, Rev. Eastwood Anaba made the case that spiritual development, worship, and the study of sacred texts (the bible) should be the main goals of congregational meetings.
In order to draw in and keep the congregation, he has noticed a growing trend in which churches are making significant investments in entertainment components like theater, music, and multimedia presentations.