- Man of God Bishop Oyedepo and his wife recently celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary
- The cleric penned a sweet and touching note to his woman on social media
- Interestingly, Oyedepo also gave out his daughter’s hand in marriage on the same day
- Legit.ng sighted photos from the ceremony on social media
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It is indeed a moment of celebration for popular clergyman Bishop Davido Oyedepo and his wife, Faith, as they celebrate 38 years of being married to one another.
The man of God took to his Instagram page on Friday, August 21, with a lovely message dedicated to his dear wife on the special occasion.
Oyedepo in his message hailed his wife for being a virtuous woman and noted that the journey has been an awesome one with her by his side.
"Happy Wedding Anniversary to my lovely wife @officialfaithoyedepo The journey thus far has been awesome with you by my side. You have been the true definition of a virtuous woman. Myself, the children (biological and spiritual) and grandchildren all call you blessed indeed. 38 years gone, forever to go with you. I love you," his post read.
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Some followers flooded Oyedepo’s comment section with congratulatory messages.
Read some of them below:
tsignatureapparel: "Happy Wednesday anniversary mama and Papa. May the Lord continue to bless your home in Jesus name. Amen."
naijarealtorsolutions: "Happy wedding anniversary papa and mama."
iam_mimiluv: "Happy wedding anniversary to our Daddy and Mummy, God will keep both of u alive for us in Jesus name. Amen."
Interestingly, the day was indeed one of double celebration for Oyedepo and his wife as they also gave out their daughter’s hand in marriage.
Legit.ng sighted some photos from the ceremony on Facebook.
Check them out below:
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Some days ago, Legit.ng reported that Oyedepo made a call for the reopening of churches in Lagos during weekdays. The spiritual leader urged Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to review his stand and allow churches to operate apart from weekends.
Oyedepo said that this is the practice now in other Nigerian states without any consequence amid coronavirus.
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