“No man is wired to cheat, do not accept that lie from hell” Clergyman Kingsley Okonkwo replies 2Face

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Clergyman Kingsley Okonkwo recently stated that no man is born with the ability to cheat, asking people not to believe the “lie from hell.”

Okonkwo admitted in a tweet on May 20 that while there is evidence that men are more prone to sexual temptations than women, he highlighted that this does not excuse cheating or hurting someone they truly love.

Okonkwo’s statement followed the viral video clip of singer 2Face Idibia, who asserted that a man can love a woman wholeheartedly, but his sexual desires can lead him astray.

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2Face Idibia’s remarks, made during the latest season of Young, Rich and Famous, touched upon the notion that men are wired differently.



While Okonkwo recognizes the differences in sexual disposition between men and women, he contends that it should not serve as a justification for infidelity.

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By addressing this topic, Okonkwo seeks to challenge the prevailing belief that men are inherently prone to cheating and encourages individuals to prioritize faithfulness and commitment in their relationships.

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