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Pastor Love blames Obaapa Christy again for their divorce; says 'it wasn't me' (WATCH)

Pastor Love Kweku Hammond who is the former husband of gospel singer, Obaapa Christy is speaking about their divorce again.

Pastor Love Hammond and Obaapa Christy

Commenting on how people criticize ministers of the gospel who divorce their partners, he explained that when the marital issue goes overboard, it becomes hard to resolve it. According to him, in his case, he wasn't at fault.

"I am a man of God and I want people to understand that marriage is not speed, it is deep... no one plans to divorce but when you're not able to solve the faults, it will happen. In my case, the fault wasn't from me but the woman," he said.

In an interview with Afia Tamakloe on Mahyease TV Show, he added "I just had to accept it in good faith and move on," and admonished married couples to learn how to forgive each other if they wish to avert suffering a similar case.

"I have a message for married couples. This time you can find me on TikTok as Pastor Love and I am always having programmes on marriage. You can't get married or stay in a marriage if you don't learn to forgive. You must learn to try and sacrifice to forgive your partner when they wrong you. This will help you to progress," he said.

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Speaking about his failed marriage, he detailed " in my case, it gave me experience, the reason I am also educating others. We must try to forgive to stay in a marriage. I think that is better. This is my advice to you, womanizing will drain your pocket and also ruin your body. You can't progress in life. Learn to live by the truth," the man of God said.

Though his ex-wife has moved on by remarrying, Pastor Love says that he is taking his time to choose the right woman to avoid any circumstance Ghanaians calling him out should his next marriage fail.

"Marriage is a long journey, also it is not easy. If you're not careful, people will blame you for going in and out of marriage. I have been separated from my wife for 11 years but I was in court for 7 years. The marriage hadn't been annulled so I couldn't marry. I had to sit, pray and reflect so in your next relationship, you'll handle the person like an egg," he concluded.

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