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Exciting Christian Marriages: Moses Bliss, Theophilus Sunday, and 6 Other Celebrity Unions in the Kingdom

Numerous singles eagerly anticipate their partners while celebrating the relationships of those who share their love lives online. The year 2024 has been particularly significant for individuals in Christian relationships, marked by several stylish weddings. This trend has sparked discussions on social media about the rise of “kingdom marriages.” Below, Legit.ng explores some Christian celebrity unions, or “Kingdom marriages,” that have captivated many Nigerians:

 

  1. Sunmisola Agbebi and Yinka Okeleye:

Renowned Nigerian gospel artists Sunmisola Agbegbi and Yinka Okeleye validated the chemistry between them by announcing their engagement in March 2023. Their decision to become a couple and marry didn’t come as a surprise to many, given their history of performing together. However, the news of their union left many thrilled, and videos from their wedding day, held in June 2023, went viral, showcasing a ceremony akin to a revival service, filled with fervent prayers from the couple and guests.

 

  1. Joshua Mike-Bamiloye weds RCCG pastor’s daughter:

The marriage between Joshua Mike-Bamiloye, son of renowned evangelist Mike Bamiloye, and Tolulope Mary Odeosola, daughter of an RCCG assistant pastor, garnered excitement among Nigerian Christians. Their wedding, held on November 2, 2019, at the Redemption Camp in Ogun state, was attended by numerous friends and family members.

 

  1. Moses Bliss weds Ghanaian bride Marie Wiseborn:

The wedding of Nigerian gospel singer Moses Bliss to his Ghanaian bride, Marie Wiseborn, remained a hot topic for weeks following their engagement announcement. Their union inspired many, with videos showcasing Moses and his intelligent wife, prompting dance challenges on social media as admirers celebrated their love story.

 

  1. Tim Godfrey weds American wife Erica Jones:

In 2022, Nigerian gospel sensation Tim Godfrey and his American wife, Erica Jones, announced their engagement, triggering widespread excitement on social media. Their wedding, featuring a white ceremony in America and a traditional ceremony in Nigeria with Timi Dakolo as the headline performer, was a joyous occasion. Nine months later, the couple welcomed their first child.

 

  1. Lawrence Oyor weds Darasimi Mike-Bamiloye:

The wedding between gospel singer Lawrence Oyor and Darasimi Mike-Bamiloye, daughter of Christian filmmaker Mike Bamiloye, captured headlines. The couple, blending Niger-Delta and Yoruba cultures, tied the knot traditionally on October 9, 2020, showcasing stunning photos and videos that trended online.

 

  1. Veekee James and Femi Atere’s wedding:

Nigerian fashion designer Veekee James, known as ‘Daughter of Zion’ for her outspoken Christian faith, wed Femi Atere in a star-studded ceremony in early 2024. While the wedding attracted considerable attention, some netizens criticized certain aspects, including a stunt by Lagos socialite Pretty Mike. Despite this, Veekee emphasized starting her marriage with God’s blessing.

 

  1. Mercy Chinwo weds Pastor Blessed Uzochikwa:

Renowned Nigerian gospel singer Mercy Chinwo’s engagement to Pastor Blessed Uzochikwa in June 2022 was met with widespread celebration. The couple held their traditional wedding in August of the same year, followed by a white wedding.

 

  1. Theophilus Sunday weds Jamaican woman Ashlee White:

Nigerian gospel singer Theophilus Sunday surprised fans by announcing his marriage to Jamaican woman Ashlee White in March 2024. While their ‘engagement photos’ initially sparked discussions, it was later revealed that they had tied the knot in January 2024, causing a stir on social media.

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