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Tamuno-Emi Clifford Quits Bachelorhood

It was a joyful moment for the entire Kalabari kingdom when their son Mr. Tamuno-Emi Clifford took his heartthrob, former Miss Babeibi Mpakaboari of Krakrama town in Asari-Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State to the altar for their holy matrimony.
The church service took place at St. Mathias African Church, 26 Anozie Street Mile 2, Diobu, Port Harcourt while the reception was at the Port Harcourt City Council Hall, Moscow Road, on Saturday November 17th, 2012.
In a chat with The Newswriter shortly after their wedding, Mr. Tamuno-Emi Clifford, the groom who said he felt great, expressed his profound gratitude to God for their successful wedding despite all odds.
Mr. Emi Clifford described his beautiful wife as a humble, respectful, kind and caring woman, stressing that these attributes attracted him when he sighted her.
The groom, who cited the scripture that says: “A man who marries a wife brings a good thing in the sight of God”, prayed that God should bless their marriage by ensuring that his wife has the fruit of the womb and that unity reigns in his family.
He advised bachelors to be prayerful and commit their heart desires to God.
Similarly, Mrs. Babeibi Tamuno-Emi Clifford, the bride, expressed joy for their successful wedding and gave God the glory.
She further thanked God for putting shame on those who kicked against their wedding, stressing that God has made her a complete woman through the wedding.
She described her husband as a hard working, caring, humble and sincere man and prayed that God should continue to be with them and also give them peace and unity in their family.
She advised spinsters to remain faithful to their loved ones, and be prayerful, stressing that at the appointed time, God will give them their own husbands. ####

Emeka Jilly Ejiowhor

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