“Kwankwaso’s Wise Advice: Avoid Checking Your Spouse’s Phone for a Happy Marriage”
Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, the National Leader of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), provided valuable advice to newlyweds during a heartwarming celebration of 1,800 couples married under the Kano State Government’s mass wedding program. He emphasized the importance of avoiding the habit of checking one’s spouse’s phone, highlighting it as a significant factor contributing to marriage breakdowns.
Speaking at the reception, Senator Kwankwaso shared his wisdom, saying, “Checking your spouse’s phone is a common cause of marriage conflicts in our time. Therefore, my advice to all of you is to respect your spouse’s privacy and avoid peeping into their phones.”
In addition to providing this insightful counsel, Kwankwaso also commended the Kano State Government for its support of the institution of marriage through the mass wedding initiative.
He expressed, “I believe we made an excellent choice by electing Governor Abba Yusuf. He is a dedicated leader who has continued our legacy. The mass wedding program is one of those legacies, and it’s a commendable effort.”
Governor Abba Yusuf, during his address, disclosed that the beneficiaries of the mass wedding were carefully selected from all 44 local government areas and 484 wards of the state. He reiterated the government’s commitment to ensuring the success of these marriages, assuming full responsibility for various aspects of the wedding arrangements.
The state government not only oversaw the payment of dowries but also provided essential items such as furniture, wedding food supplies, and a generous N20,000 grant for brides to initiate small-scale businesses. Governor Yusuf encouraged the newlyweds to lead harmonious lives in accordance with Islamic teachings, emphasizing the importance of mutual respect and cooperation in their marital journey.
Sheikh Aminu Daurawa, the Commander General of the Kano Hisbah Board, revealed that a total of 1,500 couples celebrated their union during this mass wedding event. However, he also noted that the weddings of 264 couples had been temporarily suspended due to the couples testing positive for certain ailments. These couples are currently undergoing medical treatment.
Daurawa further explained that once the affected individuals complete their medical treatments, a new wedding date will be scheduled to allow the remaining 264 couples to partake in the joyous celebration of their union.
In summary, Senator Kwankwaso’s insightful advice to avoid checking one’s spouse’s phone serves as a reminder to respect privacy and trust in a marriage. The celebration of 1,800 couples at the Kano State Government’s mass wedding demonstrates the government’s commitment to supporting the institution of marriage, ensuring the success of these unions through various initiatives and grants. The temporary suspension of 264 weddings due to health concerns underlines the government’s dedication to the well-being of its citizens. This remarkable celebration reflects the importance of mutual respect and cooperation in building happy and enduring marriages.