Marriage should be a 5-yr contract subject to renewal || Kumchacha prays
Controversial Ghanaian preacher, Prophet Nicholas Osei, popularly known as Kumchacha, has said marriage should be on a contract basis. Also, a law should be enacted in Ghana that will ensure that men who rape women or engage in incest are castrated.
According to Kumchacha, it will demotivate people from engaging in such abominable acts.
Speaking on the ‘‘Bribi Gye Gye Wo” show on Onua TV, the prophet shared his opinion about the sentence given to Peter Nwachukwu, the husband of late Sister Osinachi. Peter has been sentenced to death after he was found guilty of murdering his wife.
Prophet Kumchacha when commenting on the issue suggested that marriage should be made based on a contract basis. This will allow a partner to leave whenever he or she feels threatened.
According to him, if he had the opportunity, he would plead with God to make marriage contractual. He added that the timeline would be a five-year term. However, it would be open to renewal.
When talking about the issue of rape and incest; He said it is foolish on the path of anyone to engage in such acts. The prophet went on to ask; What at all will make one engage in incest, having sex with your own child?. Hence, he thinks there should be a law to deter men from raping and sleeping with their children.
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