Marriage activists advocate pre-marrital counseling in Nigeria

Dayo Emmanuel

Adesina, Salami, facilitators at the event Adesina, Salami, facilitators at the event

Nigerians have been asked to study the marriage institutions before venturing into it. This advice was given at a family event, titled Couples Time Out.

Convener of the forum, Rev. Femi Adesina at the event, noticed that a lot of marriages today have problems because couples don’t take time to study the institution before saying ‘I do.’

Adesina who is the senior pastor of Power and Prosperity Ministry, is also the Chairman of the Family Foundation, which platform staged the event for married couples in Lagos recently.

He however confirmed that confidentiality is key in the profession of marriage counseling. “Confidentiality is one of the ethics of our profession but when you use cases without names, you are safe. For example, you would see that what I used throughout our seminars is George and Mercy, so people who have been coming would see that…

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