20th July, 2011
Couples have been advised to always speak out and seek for advice over their domestic problems before it generates into domestic violence which could lead to broken marriage, negatively affect their union or lead to the death of a partner. Bishop Charles Ighele, the General Overseer, Holy Spirit Mission a.k.a The Happy Family Chapel, Lagos, southwest, Nigeria, and his wife, Reverend Carol Ighele, gave the advice at the official launch of the mission’s website, www. The LoveArena.com and a book, handling disagreements in the home recently.
The clergyman, who also runs a television programme, The Happy Family, said most of the broken marriages in the world today were as a result of inability of troubled couples to seek for counselling and make people know what the are going through.
He made the case of the late banker, Bisi Arowolo, who was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband, adding that the deceased could had been hoping that all would be well before the ugly incident. He urged couples to always seek for counselling on their domestic crisis before it degenerates into violence.