Tuesday, 18 July 2017

12 Secrets That Keep Pastor And Mama Adeboye In Marriage

1. One of the major pillar of the marriage of Pastor Adeboye to Mother-In-Isreal Folu is that Daddy GO as Adeboye is fondly called will not eat food or drink anywhere his wife does not approve first.

2. Mummy GO always fasts anytime her husband fasts.

3. Daddy GO eats dinner between 4.00 and 5.00pm and that’s it for the day.

4. As old as Daddy G.O is, he goes to the kitchen to give moral support and taste the food. He also advises on which food needs more seasoning or salt.

5. The respected pastor was said to be fat until his wife complained about it and he listen to her. He was able to work on his weight by avoiding fizzy drinks and alcohol. Now, he only drinks water, fresh fruit juice and tea.
12 Secrets That Keep Pastor And Mama Adeboye In Marriage
6. Daddy GO holds his wife’s birthday special such that he would never leave Nigeria around that time of the year. Even when in the country, he will never go on a journey more than a 2-hours’ drive or flight away from his wife on the month of her birthday. This is one of the promises he made to her when they got married.

7. Despite the number of years that they have been married with children and grandchildren he still gives monthly household allowance to his wife till date. This even increases year by year as inflation goes up.

8. He does not always forget to give Mummy G.O monthly self-maintenance allowance.

9. When he is at home, the cleric kisses his wife every morning and prays for her even before coming out to see anyone else.

10. For everything he buys for himself, he gets the female version for his wife. Now you know why they are always in matching outfits.

11. Daddy GO always puts his wife first even before his children.

12. He has never stopped appreciating his wife for her sacrifice over the years and putting her dreams on hold so he could become who he is today.

Pastor Adeboye and wife have four grown up children and many grandchildren

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