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Arch. Dum Nyobana Quits Bachelorhood

Arch. Dum L. Nyobana has quite bachelorhood as he weds the former Miss Barr. Abiola Adetunji at the Redeemed Christian Church of God (Kings Palace Parish), G.R.A Phase 2 Port Harcourt last weekend.

Pastor Adesoji Akinbiyi joined the couple while Pst. Adewale Isadare who preached the sermon, advised the couple to always love themselves so as to have a blessed marriage.

According to him, “As Jesus Christ love the church so also you suppose to love your wife. Love is the basis of marriage and without love no marriage can work properly.

Also speaking at the occasion, the father of the groom, elder Dennis Lekie Nyokhana said that Saturday 27th July 2013 was his happiest day on earth, pointing out that “for over thirty years now I did not know I will be able to train a responsible son as Dum Nyobana and seeing my son getting married was a great pride to me in fact God has honoured me”.

He called on the couple to be faithful to love themselves, adding that the sustenance of any marriage depends on prayer, endurance and good communication between the couples.

Speaking on behalf of the bride’s family, Charles Okwakpan said that the couple should always be themselves and not to welcome a third party into their family affairs as this can destroy marriage.

In his words, we are very happy to give one of our daughters in marriage, we are looking forward for a blissful marriage where God would be supreme”.

Responding, Arch. & Barr. (Mrs.) Dum L. Nyobana said that the marriage was his happiest moment in his life after he has found a wife who is after his heart, adding that as the bible says, whosoever findeth a wife, findeth a good thing and obtaineth favour from the Lord.

He further thanked everyone that has contributed in making the weeding ceremony a memorable one, while he prayed to God to grant them their heart desires. ###

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