A female pastor has raised eyebrows after telling her male congregation how to please women sexually.


Clergywoman Reverend Gloria Madugba lambasted hundreds of men in her church for "not taking care" of their wives sexually, saying they avoided foreplay and were being selfish in bed.


The woman who is the executive Vice President of Spiritual Life Outreach, spoke about satisfaction in a recent sermon and said the men should be doing more to pleasure their wives in the bedroom.


She said some men had even raped their wives because they did not want sex at a particular moment, and urged the men to be more mindful about how their women are feeling.


She added that by taking care, and taking part in foreplay, it would make the sex lives of the men much better as their wives would be "more receptive" during sex.


Speaking on the topic "Your marriage shall live", she said sex should "come alive" once a pair are wed: "Some of you think it’s something you do when God is not looking. Let us do it quickly quickly before God turns around to look at us we have finished.


"No, don’t hurry, God knows you’re doing it.


"There are some Christian men that rape their wives, they are Christians but they rape their wives. That is not good.


"Some of you men here, the only romantic word on your lips is O girl lie well, o girl turn.


"If you do it the right way you won’t have to apply for visa before she gives you entrance.


"Like some of the men you’ll wind and wind her like a microphone and she’ll now tell you ‘my head my shoulder my knees my toes, everywhere is paining me just leave me alone’ because she knows you don’t know how to do it."


The pastor received widespread praise from netizens.


Netizen 'kunbymams' said: "This Mummy Pastor is spot on!"


And Netizen 'k8henshaw' said: "Love this woman!!!!"


Netizen 'trueglambeauty' said: "Considering that some people pray for forgiveness after sex as a married couple etc... I think she's doing a great job letting them know that God is fully involved in this."


Netizen 'maryeromwonero' said: "This sort of candidness mixed with humour is what is missing from Nigerian christianity. She's fantastic."


Netizen 'culjyIt' said: "It isn't awkward at all. In fact I think it's a good avenue to educate some married couples because some holier than thou men and women who view sex as dirty or sinful might change after hearing it from a pastor. It an important issue that need not be avoided cos lots of marriages are suffering because of it."