- The pastor advised young men to ensure they have seen their partners' faces without makeup before walking down the aisle with them
- Migwi held he will personally not officiate unions with grooms who have not seen their brides' faces without makeup
- The preacher's sentiments were supported by many Kenyans who shared his post widely
City pastor Godfrey Migwi clearly understands the struggles of the boy-child and has shared some words of wisdom in a bid to help men looking to marry.
The vocal man of God sensationally advised young men against taking their relationships with their lovers a notch higher before seeing their faces without makeup.
Kenyan pastor, Migwi, in a long Facebook post on Wednesday, August 26, insisted that he will not officiate any wedding in his church if the groom has not seen the bride's makeup-free face prior to officiating their union.
''I decree and declares as a called and ordained minister of the gospel by God's grace of this generation and as a licensed pastor in this nation through our constitution, that I will never officiate any wedding in the church if the man have not gotten the privilege to see the bride face to face without makeups at least three weeks in their courtship,'' he wrote.
The pastor said officiating a wedding of people who have been deceiving each other over their real physical looks is among the recipes of divorce, something he does not support.
Migwi urged other pastors and churches to follow suit as it will ensure the divorce rate curve in the country drops significantly.
''And I urge other church ministers to follow suit, this is one of the most part of the reasons people divorce . When the lady takes a shower she looks totally different from the one you married and then you get confused,'' he added.
His sentiments were supported by many of his followers who also shared his post.
Others, specifically ladies, picked issue with him, saying people need to look good regardless of what they use to make them look so.
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