When he urged married men and those in committed relationships to show their partners some love, a preacher accomplished a feat never before seen in a church in our society.
The anonymous man of God asked the males in his audience to send money to their wives and girlfriends, centering his request on the sermon's main point of the night.
Everyone was given the immediate instruction to transfer money whether through mobile money or bank transaction to their wives and girlfriends. He remarked that no one should cite network issues as a justification for not being able to send the money to their spouses.
He said that they can ask their wives and partners for account numbers if they do not have them off head. It is clear from his talk that he advocated for men occasionally buying their wives gifts to show them they appreciate and care for them.
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