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Nigerian-Born British-Ghanian singer, Lola Rae wades into Pastor Adeboye’s sermon weeks after the message on single ladies and single guys hit the air.
This sermon that stirred the social media recently when Pastor Adeboye admonished men not to marry women that could not cook still keeps raising controversies.
According to Lola Rae, pastor Adeboye is entitled to his own opinion, citing that everybody has every right to feel otherwise.
“Yes, I was brought up in a home where my mum cooked for my dad every single day, but she was a housewife. My thought is if you have the time, it is okay to cook for your
husband, but in a situation where you are a career woman and don’t have the time to cook, there are ways you can go about it”. She said
“You can hire someone to do the cooking for you or cook in bulk on weekends and store in the freezer. Definitely, if I have the time, I will cook because I love to do so. If God
allows me and gives me the time do that, I will cook every
“I’m a born again Christian but I think it is his (Pastor Adeboye) opinion and he is entitled to it & if that’s what he feels like the Lord is telling him, then that’s his own message but if there are other people who feel they don’t want their wives to do that and want their wives to support them and that’s what they feel it is their story, then that should happen. I feel that’s his opinion,”