Public speaker and pastor, Grace Aiyedogbon has advised women who are in suffering domestic violence in their marriage but still in it due to their doctrine.
Domestic violence in Nigeria have become more alarming in recent days with news of
partners killing themselves after some heated argument now popular.
Women are now been abused by their husbands as some if not dead end up
being injured and dismantled by their partner.
Pastor Grace Aiyedogbon has now revealed that some women staying in the
relationship due to their religion doctrine should think twice as the Bible did not say they should die in their marriage.
The public speaker and Life Coach disclosed this while speaking to actress
Mercy Aigbe who was also a victim of domestic violence in the past.
According to Grace Aiyedogbon, the doctrine of submission is mutual and is
important in a relationship but women who are suffering from domestic violence
should speak out and not die in auch relationship.
Watch video of the woman right activist speaking below:
Grace Aiyedogbon is highly ranked among public speakers and pastors in the country
as she’s well appreciated for her advice on relationship and other issues affecting
Mercy Aigbe have been hosting top personalities on her IG live video to speak
about domestic violence so her fans and followers woud know what to do when they
fall in one.
The sexy screen diva have also been using her social media platforms to advise fans who might be struggling in their marriage.