Respecting your pastor’s opinion above your spouse is Adultery – Reno Omokri

Former presidential aide and now popular social media commentator has some “nugget” to impart, and this time regarding forms of adultery

Reno Omokri, who once stood as President Goodluck Jonathan’s aide, says cheating in marriage goes beyond sleeping with another person other than your spouse.

According to Omokri, a lawyer by profession who is also a best-selling author and seasoned traveler, any situation that prioritizes a third party over one’s partner can be conveniently tagged as cheating.

Omokri listed some cases of respeciting and obeying one’s pastor, in-laws, or a friend above his or her spouse and in ways that undermine such partners as matters that can be categorized as adultery.

Read Omokri’s post below (written as it is):

“Adultery is not only when you have extramarital intercourse. As a married person, when you honour, respect and obey your pastor, in law or friend above your spouse, you adulterate your marriage and undermine spousal unity. 2 is company. 3 is a crowd. You are offered a job, you go and consult your friend before your spouse. You don’t honour your husband, but you kneel down to talk to your pastor on the phone. Your parents and siblings know things before your spouse. Are you really married or is your spouse just a convenience?#FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets”

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