Pastor Muriithi Wanjau Says His Wife Knows His PINs: "Love Is Risk"

Pastor Muriithi Wanjau Says His Wife Knows His PINs: "Love Is Risk"

- Pastor Muriithi Wanjau is one of the most loved pastors in the country and has been married to Carol for over 10 years

- Speaking on NTV's Marriage and Money programme, the senior pastor at Mavuno Church said his wife knows all his PINs

- Recently, Jamal Roho Safi revealed he trusts his second wife Amber Ray so much and has given her access to all his social media passwords

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Pastor Muriithi Wanjau Says His Wife Knows His PINs: "love Is Risk"
Pastor Muriithi Wanjau and his wife Carol. Photo: Muriithi Wanjau.
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Several men have come out to reveal that their wives have PINs to their bank accounts and access to their social media accounts.

Pastor Muriithi Wanjau is the latest to confess that his wife knows all his PINs.

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Speaking on NTV's Marriage and Money programme, the senior pastor at Mavuno Church said:

"There is something they call the speed of trust even in business. You slow down your marriage to the greatest inefficiency because you did not work on trust. By the time my wife needs to buy some groceries and I have to come and key in the PIN so she can get money, it just shows that our marriage is completely inefficient."

The man of God said couples need to work on trust in their relationships.

"My wife knows all my PINs including my phone's," Wanjau said.

Asked if he isn't scared in case his wife runs away with all the money, Wanjau said:

"Love is a risk, if you are not willing to take risks then don't love."

The man of the cloth further said that marriage is a covenant and should not be broken.

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Wanjau advised people to always marry someone they trust.

"Be careful with who you pick (as a partner). If you picking a person you cannot trust, you really need to take time to make sure you are picking the right person," he said.

Adding:

"Get equipped, get the counsel, the wisdom before by the time you are signing that document and say I am now yours, you really need to have dealt with trust issues."

In a related article, Bishop TD Jakes of The Potter's House has taken to social media to share his thought on marriage and silence.

In a Twitter post on Monday, May 17, the popular cleric said silence is not golden in marriage. He simply tweeted:

"In a marriage, silence is not golden."

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