Marital Satisfaction is one of the expectations of most people who go into marriage contracts. Marital satisfaction is understood to be an individualâ€™s weighing of attractions and alternatives in marriage and these are conceived to be aspects of perception, not action. Marital sexual relationship has been identified as one of the most important components of marital relationships that increase stability in marriage. In his study,2 Levinger outline the following aspects of the marital relationship that will be rewarding to include sexual fulfillment, emotional security and social status. Sexual satisfaction has been conceptualized as absence of sexual dissatisfaction. Sexual satisfaction has been defined as the affective response arising from oneâ€™s evaluation of his or her sexual relationship, including the perception that oneâ€™s sexual needs are being met, fulfilling oneâ€™s own and oneâ€™s partners expectations, and a positive evaluation of the overall sexual relationship. Lawrence and Byer also identified in their interpersonal theory of sexual satisfaction that sexual satisfaction is based on the principle of reward and cost. Reward according to them include the pleasurable and gratifying sexual exchanges between couples while cost include sexual exchanges that require effort, produce pain, embarrassment and anxiety.