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“Marriage Isn’t Hard, It’s The People In It That Are Difficult” – Brand Strategist, Samuel Otigba

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“Marriage Isn’t Hard, It’s The People In It That Are Difficult” – Brand Strategist, Samuel Otigba

Brand strategist, Samuel Otigba, has opined that marriage is not hard but it’s the people in the union that are difficult.

The married businessman asserted that the institution is not the root cause of problems in marriage, but the individuals in it.

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Samuel took to Twitter to share his controversial thought, which has generated an argument on the micro-blogging platform.

He tweeted:

“Marriage isn’t hard, it’s the people in it that are difficult. The problem isn’t the institution, it’s the individuals.”

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While some tweeps agreed with his statement, others antagonized his school of thought, opining that marriage itself is the problem.

See some comments below:

@realmace_ wrote, “Even people that make marriage work would tell you that it’s not easy.”

@Notapreneur wrote:

“Marriage is hard – the for better for worse ethos especially so, because it demands a perfect union from flawed individuals. I think the institution would be better served if it allowed people to find a union that works, not force them to make the one they have work.”

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@ephea wrote:

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“Marriage is work. Anything that involves human being is work.”

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“Marriage Isn’t Hard, It’s The People In It That Are Difficult” – Brand Strategist, Samuel Otigba “Marriage Isn’t Hard, It’s The People In It That Are Difficult” – Brand Strategist, Samuel Otigba

 

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“Marriage Isn’t Hard, It’s The People In It That Are Difficult” – Brand Strategist, Samuel Otigba
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A passionate people and godly relationship advocate!...Trained Psychologist and Human Resources Practioner. A seasoned Marriage and relationship counsellor. A mother, wife, sister, friend and daughter. J

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