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Franklyn Akinyosoye's thought on marriage and women: Don't over pamper them 

I got this message from one of Nigeria's most popular Christian business consultants, Franklyn Akinyosoye. He broadcast it via his blackberry messenger device.

"Every time I have thought about marriages, I have always told the men to stop over pampering women. They are not kids, they are partners. Women expect you to, don't! Love them, help them, protect them, but don't pamper them. There are repercussions when you are alive or when you die. Over pampered women have been known to be over-dependent." 

Do you agree with him? Share your thoughts.


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