Last night I chatted with a blog visitor and because he didn't ask me to, I would not divulge the details of our conversation. But the basic gist of it is that his girlfriend of two years, whom he hopes to marry, just told him that that might not be possible. Apparently her aunty took their pictures to a "prophet" who told her that they would not have a blissful union if they get married. Subsequently the girl came across another man of God who told her that he (blog visitor) is not her husband. So the girl has suggested they take a break from the relationship. The blog visitor is very distraught because he really does want to marry her, he also is not very confident in the genuineness of these men of God.
Personally I couldn't say much. I can't say much about matters I don't know much about. But I know that it's common practice here in Nigeria to take pictures of your intended to "men of God" so that they can "see" and advice you on how to proceed.
People get told that the ones they're with are not their wives/husbands. Sometimes they point out people that one might never even consider, as the life partner God has ordained for them. A friend of a friend has been told by a couple of pastors that her husband will come from oversees. And ever since, this babe has been very active on Facebook, befriending Igbo men in the Diaspora. I'm not mocking her o! But her own makes me laugh hard.
What do you think about seers? Have you ever visited a seer regarding your (intended) spouse? How did it go?
Most importantly what advice would you give this blog visitor (although he didn't ask, as at last night the man was devastated, confused, in tears and had no appetite for food and I'm sure he would appreciate any meaningful advice).
BTW I'm preparing for an exam and that's my priority for now so I may not be so committed to the blog for sometime. But first I'm going to see 300(Rise of an Empire) tonight. Studying starts after that. LOL.
I'm giving out one 1k Airtel or Etisalat recharge card to the 5th commenter who adds her name. (You can either add your number or mail it to me). Yes, it has to be a "she". I'm sure none of the guys on this blog needs free call credit. *big grin*.