- Sinach recently celebrated her 6th wedding anniversary with husband, Joe Egu, on June 28, 2020
- The gospel singer took to her Instagram page to celebrate him with beautiful words
- The couple welcomed their first child together in November 2019
Popular Nigerian gospel singer, Sinach and her husband, Joe Egbu, celebrated their 6th wedding anniversary on Sunday, June 28, 2020, and the singer penned some lovely words to her husband.
Sinach, who welcomed her first child with her husband in November 2019, was filled with joy as she showered her husband with sweet words of appreciation.
She accompanied the message with a totally adorable photo of them; a portrait which was taken by celebrity photographer, TY Bello.
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Sharing the photo, she wrote: "Happy anniversary to us!! Happy anniversary my warrior, my cover, my no 1 cheerleader. My lover, my best friend, my teacher oh, best daddy in d world, my king, my honey, fight buddy and first baby.. these past 6 yrs !! Yes oh Six years.
We’ve prayed, rejoiced, cried, built and won many battles together in Jesus name. And the Lord has kept His promises and open gates and nations. I love you even more … Chime. Looking forward to many more. It’s a new level."
Also, Nollywood actress, Monalisa Chinda Coker, is certainly one woman who has managed to keep her love life hidden from the public as very little is known about her husband, Tonye Coker.
Well, just recently, the screen goddess melted hearts online after she took to her Instagram account to share some photos of herself with her husband.
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Meanwhile, Nigerian billionaire businessman, Ned Nwoko, recently left social media users in awe after he took to the platform to share a new photo of his family.
The Nigerian politician and humanitarian unveiled the beautiful family portrait in which two of his wives including Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, and several of his children are seen smiling for the camera as they give the peace sign.
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