A viral video shows Nigerian spinsters praying to God for a husband.
They were clapping and singing a song in which they prayed for God to transport them to their husbands’ homes.
The praise and worship session was particularly designed for them to settle down with a man, and it was lead by a woman behind the camera.
The young women from an anonymous church can be heard singing a song about God supplying them with spouses in the viral video.
“Carry me dey go, daddy, carry me dey go to my husband’s house,” they were heard singing repeatedly.
As expected, the clip of this particular set of single women praying fervently for husbands at a church session has gone viral, eliciting conflicting comments online.
Many Nigerians could not hold down their feelings as they flood to the post to comment
@eyiteeonline wrote; You have not been to Power Must Change Hand Service, Manner Water Service and Shiloh Programme. This is the reality when you turn off data.
@iamichael_arch wrote; Alot of men mocking this ladies also prays in private for a wife tooo…..some men don’t know it’s even harder to find a life partner
@solostan82 wrote Like say when dem see the husband dem no go use headache and stress kill the man.
@naturalboifilmz wrote; People praying about things that’s mostly important to them shouldn’t be a yardstick tho. Its not just about bad character or any form that’s delaying some people from finding a partner, there are forces behind a lot of people delay in marriage.
@mrs_silva._, wrote “Lol. Cool though but I feel this is one of the reasons men misbehave 😒. I can’t imagine a gathering of men singing “carry my wife de come my house” but every aboki with e kettle sha🚶♀️🚶♀️🚶♀️🚶♀️🚶♀️”.
@kennedyexcel wrote, “No be to carry una go husband house una fit stay, Some of you needs to change una werey behaviour 😉.” @hrh_kingdiamond, “E don Dey reach wetin Bible talk “7 women to 1 man, they will beg just to have our name😂”