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Tulieni Kwa Ndoa, Challenges Are Everywhere - Gloria Muliro's Ex-Husband Eric Omba Tells Women

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Published 17 days ago - 6734 views

Gloria Muliro and ex-husband during better days(Photo/Courtesy)

Gloria Muliro's ex-husband Pastor Eric Omba has advised women against rushing to the media to spill their marital woes. Taking to his official Facebook page, the Congolese pastor and music producer noted that these days, women discuss their marriage problems in the media instead of consulting family, pastors and friends first.

According to Omba, it's a 'demon' that has invaded many marriages and it must be defeated. He further encouraged married women to be calm and patient even when their marriages are facing hurdles , claiming that challenges are everywhere.

"Nowadays some married women when they want to run away from their houses or leave their husbands, they go to the media first than going to their parents, pastors or friends. This demon must be defeated. And I know who came with that demon. Ladies be calm in marriage. Challenges are everywhere, " he wrote on his Facebook page.

Pastor Omba parted ways with Gloria Muliro in 2014, 5 years after exchanging vows in a colourful wedding ceremony. Gloria accused her ex-husband of infidelity.

Pastor Omba has since remarried while Gloria recently introduced her fiance and revealed that weddings plans are at an advanced stage.

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