“Why Don’t Churches Hold Crusades For Low Sperm Count, But Always Focus On Barren Women” – Journalist


Nigerian Journalist and publisher, Solomon Ogar has taken to social media to share with followers what he seems to find incomprehensible about marriages and child birth.

Solomon Ogar in rhetorical manner asked social media users why many churches don’t hold programs such as crusades that caters or aims at giving spiritual solutions to men who are suffering from low sperm count and premature ejaculation.

He went on to quiz of the fruit of the womb is only limited to barren women since men are also some times the cause of childlessness in marriage therefore suggesting that crusades should also be held by churches that focuses on dealing with infertility in men.

Here’s what he wrote;

“Why is that most churches don’t hold crusades for low sperm count & premature ejaculation in men but it is always about barren women & fruit of the womb?”

In other news, Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson, has shared her thoughts on the catchphrase that many people use that gives her so much discomfort.

In a recent tweet by her, Lydia Forson lamented that she finds this line ‘‘Can I be your friend?’ extremely creepy and she feels the people who often use that line have an ulterior motive.

However, she underlined the fact that this may not always be the case but it always made her uncomfortable. Reacting to her tweet, some Instagram users alluded that there is nothing wrong if a person wants to know his or stand in the other person’s life.


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