- Gospel singers Yinka Okeleye and Sunmisola Agbebi finally got married over the weekend, and it was an exciting moment to behold
- One of the clips shared online showed the moment the wedding ceremony turned into a church revival
- Singer Moses Bliss who was a part of the groomsmen, also shared a clip of them praying with the groom
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'My Daddy, My Daddy' gospel singer Sunmisola Agbebi and her colleague Yinka Okeleye finally tied the knot over the weekend in a colourful and joyous ceremony.
A clip from the wedding, which took place on Saturday, June 3, showed the moment singer Moses Bliss and other groomsmen were seen praying for the groom.
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Watch the video below:
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Moses also shared the adorable moment Yinka and Sunmisola exchanged rings. Watch the video below:
Other videos from the event showing the moment the wedding ceremony turned into a revival service left many talking.
Watch the videos below:
See the wedding pictures Sunmisola shared below:
Netizens react to video from Sunmisola and Yinka's wedding
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions as many congratulated the couple. See the comments below:
"Dear unmarried people, Marry a person who truly fears God. I am not talking about a religious person. When you do, you save yourself a lot of stress. I can assure you."
"My daddy my daddy your baby is married….And she will stay happily married for the rest of her life ."
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"And their Muslim guests will just sit and watch???"
"Totally love it, Christ the foundation of your home and loving each other will definitely make the marriage a blissful one Congrats to them."
"I pity who marries an unbeliever in this cold world sha. With all the cruise that we catch, we are nothing without Jesus, that man is phenomenal! Get a partner hooked on him and you will see that truly, a three fold cord is not easily broken."
"I don’t know why anybody will not be cool with what I CHOOSE to do AT MY WEDDDDDDDDIIIINNNNG! It’s HER WEDDING!."
"Everything about this weeding gave me goose bumps."
"Omo wedding turn healing and miracle service. Love it."
Sunmisola Agbebi and Yinka Okeleye have the right to decide what happens at their wedding - Christian influencer
A leading Christian influencer Spiricocong in a conversation with Legit.ng's Olumide Alake, on Twitter, stated that the gospel singers had the right to decide how their wedding would go.
In his words:
First, we need to ask ourselves if a person has the total and absolute right to decide what happens at their wedding. If yes, then two Christians deciding to worship God, who is the source of their lives, at their wedding shouldn't be a problem much less than Muslims reciting the Quran or unbelievers doing a half naked pool after party disturb anyone. The Bible said "Praise the Lord at all times." People praised God at battles in scripture. Jonah prayed to God from the belly of a fish. Nebuchadnezzar worshipped God from the thick forest as an animal. What they did is absolutely ok
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