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RE: MY DAUGHTER ADEOLA OGUNWUSI AND OONI ADEYEYE OGUNWUSI’S ATTACK ON THE TRUTH

RE: MY DAUGHTER ADEOLA OGUNWUSI AND OONI ADEYEYE OGUNWUSI’S ATTACK ON THE TRUTH

 OMOLARA TUBOSUN’S FULL STATEMENT


TO THE NIGERIAN PRESS, AND ALL OTHER CONCERNED

November 24, 2021


My name is Omolara, and I am Adeola Ogunwusi’s mother. She was born in Akobo, Ibadan, in May 1994 as a result of a teenage relationship I had with Adeyeye Ogunwusi, now the Ooni of Ife, who was then also a teenager, neighbour, and family friend.









The relationship was short and uneventful, but certain matters of late have forced me to break a silence I have held since 2015 when, shortly before his coronation, Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi concocted a self-serving tale about his role in our daughter’s life. A couple of weeks ago, on his Instagram and Facebook pages, he once again wrote that he was a “single father” to my daughter — a mendacious claim that has no basis in fact, but has gone on for too long.


I want to put it on the record now in public that there’s not an iota of truth to that claim, and I challenge him to prove me wrong.


Yeye Ogunwusi was never present in Adeola’s life for the first ten years of her growing up which makes the “single father” narrative shocking, annoying and disrespectful to hear by all who know the truth of the story. I, Omolara, took care of my daughter physically, financially and emotionally, with the moral support of my mother and my siblings.


I was a pregnant teen, but he was nowhere to be found, and I bore the responsibilities for our child, and paid the physical and social cost of raising her alone in my mom’s house.


Yeye Ogunwusi saw Adeola for only five minutes at the hospital when she was born. The next time he saw her was when she was already four years old and ten years old respectively.


I got NO monetary or material support from him or ANYONE while raising my child. I could not have, because he was also just finding his way in the world.


Adeola started spending holidays with Yeye Ogunwusi and his then wife (Bukola Bombata) in Lagos when she was thirteen in 2007, and started living with them when she was fifteen in 2009. This was when he began any financial and personal involvement in her life at all.


All these years, I have kept quiet in the belief that all is well that ends well. I decided to be an adult in this situation for the sake of my daughter. I have also kept quiet since the first time he made this outrageous claim because I hate unnecessary publicity, and I wanted to keep my private life out of public glare.


However, it appears that Yeye Ogunwusi has taken my silence for stupidity.


In spite of every private outreach to him to stop repeating the lie that he “raised my daughter as a single parent since she was born”, he has continued to say so. It is not true, and no amount of repeating it will make it so. I was the single parent. He was, until our daughter was old enough, an absentee father. Unfortunately, a lie goes a long way around the world before the truth gets a chance to tie its shoes. So, this is my attempt at correcting the record.


If Yeye Ogunwusi has any photos of him and our daughter, or the receipt of any expense he bore on her, before the age of ten, let him present them to the public right now.


I refuse to let someone else define me or tell my story. It is a story of triumph over fear, over shame, and over doubt. It is a success story, but with several bumps and obstacles along the way. But it is mine, and no one else’s to tell.


If Yeye Ogunwusi is proud of the daughter we have raised, he can say so without any attempt to minimize or denigrate the very foundation on which he’s now attempting to build, and from which he cowardly fled when the going was tough.


For our daughter’s sake, enough is enough. For the sake of truth and justice, enough is enough.


I will not allow ANYONE to disrespect a lifetime of hard work that I put into raising my child no matter how powerful, famous or seemingly influential they claim to be.


I am also making this public to put on notice any media organisations to stop repeating Yeye Ogunwusi’s lies without proper verification and qualification. You, also, have a duty to be truthful and factual. And now, you can.


Omolara Olatubosun


Adeola’s mother

 OMOLARA TUBOSUN’S FULL STATEMENT


TO THE NIGERIAN PRESS, AND ALL OTHER CONCERNED

November 24, 2021


My name is Omolara, and I am Adeola Ogunwusi’s mother. She was born in Akobo, Ibadan, in May 1994 as a result of a teenage relationship I had with Adeyeye Ogunwusi, now the Ooni of Ife, who was then also a teenager, neighbour, and family friend.









The relationship was short and uneventful, but certain matters of late have forced me to break a silence I have held since 2015 when, shortly before his coronation, Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi concocted a self-serving tale about his role in our daughter’s life. A couple of weeks ago, on his Instagram and Facebook pages, he once again wrote that he was a “single father” to my daughter — a mendacious claim that has no basis in fact, but has gone on for too long.


I want to put it on the record now in public that there’s not an iota of truth to that claim, and I challenge him to prove me wrong.


Yeye Ogunwusi was never present in Adeola’s life for the first ten years of her growing up which makes the “single father” narrative shocking, annoying and disrespectful to hear by all who know the truth of the story. I, Omolara, took care of my daughter physically, financially and emotionally, with the moral support of my mother and my siblings.


I was a pregnant teen, but he was nowhere to be found, and I bore the responsibilities for our child, and paid the physical and social cost of raising her alone in my mom’s house.


Yeye Ogunwusi saw Adeola for only five minutes at the hospital when she was born. The next time he saw her was when she was already four years old and ten years old respectively.


I got NO monetary or material support from him or ANYONE while raising my child. I could not have, because he was also just finding his way in the world.


Adeola started spending holidays with Yeye Ogunwusi and his then wife (Bukola Bombata) in Lagos when she was thirteen in 2007, and started living with them when she was fifteen in 2009. This was when he began any financial and personal involvement in her life at all.


All these years, I have kept quiet in the belief that all is well that ends well. I decided to be an adult in this situation for the sake of my daughter. I have also kept quiet since the first time he made this outrageous claim because I hate unnecessary publicity, and I wanted to keep my private life out of public glare.


However, it appears that Yeye Ogunwusi has taken my silence for stupidity.


In spite of every private outreach to him to stop repeating the lie that he “raised my daughter as a single parent since she was born”, he has continued to say so. It is not true, and no amount of repeating it will make it so. I was the single parent. He was, until our daughter was old enough, an absentee father. Unfortunately, a lie goes a long way around the world before the truth gets a chance to tie its shoes. So, this is my attempt at correcting the record.


If Yeye Ogunwusi has any photos of him and our daughter, or the receipt of any expense he bore on her, before the age of ten, let him present them to the public right now.


I refuse to let someone else define me or tell my story. It is a story of triumph over fear, over shame, and over doubt. It is a success story, but with several bumps and obstacles along the way. But it is mine, and no one else’s to tell.


If Yeye Ogunwusi is proud of the daughter we have raised, he can say so without any attempt to minimize or denigrate the very foundation on which he’s now attempting to build, and from which he cowardly fled when the going was tough.


For our daughter’s sake, enough is enough. For the sake of truth and justice, enough is enough.


I will not allow ANYONE to disrespect a lifetime of hard work that I put into raising my child no matter how powerful, famous or seemingly influential they claim to be.


I am also making this public to put on notice any media organisations to stop repeating Yeye Ogunwusi’s lies without proper verification and qualification. You, also, have a duty to be truthful and factual. And now, you can.


Omolara Olatubosun


Adeola’s mother

NO GUARANTEE OF TOMORROW: THE DEATH OF HER HUSBAND SAVED MY MARRIAGE

NO GUARANTEE OF TOMORROW: THE DEATH OF HER HUSBAND SAVED MY MARRIAGE

THIS WRITE UP WILL BE USEFUL TO MARRIED AND UNMARRIED COUPLES.



Susan attended a funeral service of her friend who lost her husband at Langata Cemetery.


Susan held her wailing friend strongly as the casket was lowered into the freshly dug grave.


Susan's friend was screaming "My husband don't leave me, please, don't leave me!" as people looked on feeling sad for her. 


The children were screaming too. Losing a father is not an easy thing.


If not for Susan, the friend would have thrown herself into the grave to be buried with her husband who died of suicide.  Because, the husband found no meaning in life and he killed himself.


Susan remembered the many times the friend would say she is tired of her good for nothing husband and here she is screaming and feeling lost because the husband is no more. 


The friend cried till she fainted. Susan and the rest people around carry the devasted woman to an ambulance for first aid.


As Susan watched the spectacle of broken hearts crying for a man who will never ever come back, Susan remembered her husband. 


Susan remembered how much she takes her husband for granted.


How she talks to him however she pleases.


How she gives him prolonged silent treatment over issues they can easily resolve.


How she denied him sex many times. And she asked herself "What if it  my husband that is buried today how would I feel?" Susan thought.


Susan remembered that she argued with her husband and he left the house with tension between them just because after all these years, he still leaves his plate in the living room instead of taking it to the sink after eating.


"God forbid that my husband die, but what if as my husband went out in anger and never returns and passes on, is this the last memory I would like my husband and I to have?" She thought again.


Susan began to remember all the wonderful things her husband has done in the past, which she never taught of before except complaining.


Now, in her heart, she begin to appreciates him for all his efforts no matter how small it was.


At that moment, she realise her areas of improvement, and said to herself "there is no other man I would rather share her life with than my loving husband."


She thought of life without him and it scared her. And said, "I would rather have disagreements with my loving husband than to lose him to death. I prefer his sense of humour and laughter than to cry for losing him."


That evening, after Susan took her widowed friend to a safe place, she passed by at the supermarket and bought her husband a card saying "Thank you for being in my life"


And when she got home, she cooked her husband's favourite meal and asked her children to join her in celebrating her husband.


That night, her husband came home expecting a fight from Susan, but instead, he got greeting and hugs from Susan and the children. 


He was welcomed with songs, dancing and laughter, cute drawings of him with warm messages from the children, a home cooked meal, pleasant conversations. And Susan's husband bust into tears when Susan and the children told him how much they love him and then surrounded him to pray for him. 


A grown man cried like a baby because of love. He felt needed and he asked them "Is today father's day?"


Susan looked into his eyes and said, "No, it is lover day. Because, everyday is special with you around me from now on, we will do nothing but love each other. 


I don't know how long we have to live together, but it will not be wasted by fights, misunderstanding, complains and lack of appreciation. 


In case you have forgotten, "I love you"


"I love you too" said Susan's husband as he kissed and hugged Susan, the children dancing and cheering on. 


Children long for a home where mom and dad give each other warmth.


Since then, both Susan and her husband have been a stronger and more loving couple after realizing that tomorrow is not guaranteed.

  

                

~ Sometimes the death of someone wakes us up to the reality of life.


~ Don't let the death of your spouse wake you up to the reality of life, it will be too late.


~ God forbid, if your spouse die today, will you regret how you have been treating him/her?


~ Do you think living alone without your spouse will be joyful to you?


~ Will you be able to transfer your children to another man or woman whom they have not grown to know?


~ If you decide to be a single father or mother, will you be able to do the job alone? 


~ Can you stand the pain of your kids asking why they don't have a father or mother like others?


~ What is it that you cannot mend in your marriage?


~ No doubt its not easy, but prayerfully love your spouse while he/she lives. It rubs on the children as well.


So mend your home, don't destroy it.


This post can save a family, therefore kindly share with others.


PLEASE HUSBAND MAKE SURE YOUR WIFE READ THIS ONE



Source: Social media

THIS WRITE UP WILL BE USEFUL TO MARRIED AND UNMARRIED COUPLES.



Susan attended a funeral service of her friend who lost her husband at Langata Cemetery.


Susan held her wailing friend strongly as the casket was lowered into the freshly dug grave.


Susan's friend was screaming "My husband don't leave me, please, don't leave me!" as people looked on feeling sad for her. 


The children were screaming too. Losing a father is not an easy thing.


If not for Susan, the friend would have thrown herself into the grave to be buried with her husband who died of suicide.  Because, the husband found no meaning in life and he killed himself.


Susan remembered the many times the friend would say she is tired of her good for nothing husband and here she is screaming and feeling lost because the husband is no more. 


The friend cried till she fainted. Susan and the rest people around carry the devasted woman to an ambulance for first aid.


As Susan watched the spectacle of broken hearts crying for a man who will never ever come back, Susan remembered her husband. 


Susan remembered how much she takes her husband for granted.


How she talks to him however she pleases.


How she gives him prolonged silent treatment over issues they can easily resolve.


How she denied him sex many times. And she asked herself "What if it  my husband that is buried today how would I feel?" Susan thought.


Susan remembered that she argued with her husband and he left the house with tension between them just because after all these years, he still leaves his plate in the living room instead of taking it to the sink after eating.


"God forbid that my husband die, but what if as my husband went out in anger and never returns and passes on, is this the last memory I would like my husband and I to have?" She thought again.


Susan began to remember all the wonderful things her husband has done in the past, which she never taught of before except complaining.


Now, in her heart, she begin to appreciates him for all his efforts no matter how small it was.


At that moment, she realise her areas of improvement, and said to herself "there is no other man I would rather share her life with than my loving husband."


She thought of life without him and it scared her. And said, "I would rather have disagreements with my loving husband than to lose him to death. I prefer his sense of humour and laughter than to cry for losing him."


That evening, after Susan took her widowed friend to a safe place, she passed by at the supermarket and bought her husband a card saying "Thank you for being in my life"


And when she got home, she cooked her husband's favourite meal and asked her children to join her in celebrating her husband.


That night, her husband came home expecting a fight from Susan, but instead, he got greeting and hugs from Susan and the children. 


He was welcomed with songs, dancing and laughter, cute drawings of him with warm messages from the children, a home cooked meal, pleasant conversations. And Susan's husband bust into tears when Susan and the children told him how much they love him and then surrounded him to pray for him. 


A grown man cried like a baby because of love. He felt needed and he asked them "Is today father's day?"


Susan looked into his eyes and said, "No, it is lover day. Because, everyday is special with you around me from now on, we will do nothing but love each other. 


I don't know how long we have to live together, but it will not be wasted by fights, misunderstanding, complains and lack of appreciation. 


In case you have forgotten, "I love you"


"I love you too" said Susan's husband as he kissed and hugged Susan, the children dancing and cheering on. 


Children long for a home where mom and dad give each other warmth.


Since then, both Susan and her husband have been a stronger and more loving couple after realizing that tomorrow is not guaranteed.

  

                

~ Sometimes the death of someone wakes us up to the reality of life.


~ Don't let the death of your spouse wake you up to the reality of life, it will be too late.


~ God forbid, if your spouse die today, will you regret how you have been treating him/her?


~ Do you think living alone without your spouse will be joyful to you?


~ Will you be able to transfer your children to another man or woman whom they have not grown to know?


~ If you decide to be a single father or mother, will you be able to do the job alone? 


~ Can you stand the pain of your kids asking why they don't have a father or mother like others?


~ What is it that you cannot mend in your marriage?


~ No doubt its not easy, but prayerfully love your spouse while he/she lives. It rubs on the children as well.


So mend your home, don't destroy it.


This post can save a family, therefore kindly share with others.


PLEASE HUSBAND MAKE SURE YOUR WIFE READ THIS ONE



Source: Social media

NO SENSIBLE MAN CAN RESIST A WOMAN WHO IS BEAUTIFUL AND INDUSTRIOUS

NO SENSIBLE MAN CAN RESIST A WOMAN WHO IS BEAUTIFUL AND INDUSTRIOUS


What made a man worked for 7 years for the woman he loved and yet felt like he just worked for 7 days? *Value!*


My man doesn't respect me, is because you are not a *Value- Added-Woman (VAW)*


Do you realized that Jacob did not pay Leah's bride price?


They gave him Leah as bonus. Because she had no value. This was why Jacob had no respect for her and her children, hence he set them as first entourage when he was going to meet his angry brother. 


If you forced yourself on a man, he may never respect you. If he got you cheaply, he will never respect you.


If you are not adding *value* to his life, he will never respect you.


Even after marriage, Leah was begging and buying the

attention of her own husband. 


Rachael was practically in control of Jacob.


Rachael was a shepherd in the midst of her siblings, a

profession meant for men. 


She was in control of her father's business. This was what glued Jacob to her.


Gen 29:9 Jacob was still talking with them when Rachel arrived with her father’s flock, for she was a shepherd.


How can boys be in the house and a girl (last daughter of the

house) be the one to tend her father's flock and family

business? *Industrious* *nature!* 

After Jacob slept with Leah, he still went for Rachael. *Sex doesn't keep a man,* *value* does.


Leah had 5 children, Rachael had none, yet Jacob still loved Rachael more than Leah. 


 *Having children is good but adding value is better.* 


Don't ever think you can pin a man down with children. If you like give him a nation, if you are not adding value to his life, he will walk away someday.


I'm pleading with our parents not to raise their daughters in a way they will be liabilities to their man. 


 *Make your daughter a shepherd before her Jacob arrives.* *(Self)* 


Give her a source of livelihood before marriage. If you want her husband to *respect* you as Inlaw and *value* her as a quality wife and real life partner, give her quality character with home training, quality and respectful hand work and education, to ensure a hopeful future for her in her future home. 


Don't train her merely because of the bride price you want to collect on her. Laban wasted the bride price he took for his daughter. But he lived on the flock kept by his daughter even after she was married out.


This is why many men fall for their ugly hardworking housemaids than their beautiful house wives. 


We indirectly train our housemaids to be industrious while we train our daughters to be lazy and dependants. Future will tell.

Be a *Value-Added-Woman and your man will respect you.*


The Lord will keep our homes, marriages.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ Amen.


Thank you for reading..


Cooked and serves

By:✍️✍️✍️

UNIQUE COUPLE'S WORLD. 

(BUILDING A HAPPY HOME)

Wish you the best in your marriage.


What made a man worked for 7 years for the woman he loved and yet felt like he just worked for 7 days? *Value!*


My man doesn't respect me, is because you are not a *Value- Added-Woman (VAW)*


Do you realized that Jacob did not pay Leah's bride price?


They gave him Leah as bonus. Because she had no value. This was why Jacob had no respect for her and her children, hence he set them as first entourage when he was going to meet his angry brother. 


If you forced yourself on a man, he may never respect you. If he got you cheaply, he will never respect you.


If you are not adding *value* to his life, he will never respect you.


Even after marriage, Leah was begging and buying the

attention of her own husband. 


Rachael was practically in control of Jacob.


Rachael was a shepherd in the midst of her siblings, a

profession meant for men. 


She was in control of her father's business. This was what glued Jacob to her.


Gen 29:9 Jacob was still talking with them when Rachel arrived with her father’s flock, for she was a shepherd.


How can boys be in the house and a girl (last daughter of the

house) be the one to tend her father's flock and family

business? *Industrious* *nature!* 

After Jacob slept with Leah, he still went for Rachael. *Sex doesn't keep a man,* *value* does.


Leah had 5 children, Rachael had none, yet Jacob still loved Rachael more than Leah. 


 *Having children is good but adding value is better.* 


Don't ever think you can pin a man down with children. If you like give him a nation, if you are not adding value to his life, he will walk away someday.


I'm pleading with our parents not to raise their daughters in a way they will be liabilities to their man. 


 *Make your daughter a shepherd before her Jacob arrives.* *(Self)* 


Give her a source of livelihood before marriage. If you want her husband to *respect* you as Inlaw and *value* her as a quality wife and real life partner, give her quality character with home training, quality and respectful hand work and education, to ensure a hopeful future for her in her future home. 


Don't train her merely because of the bride price you want to collect on her. Laban wasted the bride price he took for his daughter. But he lived on the flock kept by his daughter even after she was married out.


This is why many men fall for their ugly hardworking housemaids than their beautiful house wives. 


We indirectly train our housemaids to be industrious while we train our daughters to be lazy and dependants. Future will tell.

Be a *Value-Added-Woman and your man will respect you.*


The Lord will keep our homes, marriages.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ Amen.


Thank you for reading..


Cooked and serves

By:✍️✍️✍️

UNIQUE COUPLE'S WORLD. 

(BUILDING A HAPPY HOME)

Wish you the best in your marriage.

BIG SECRETS IN MARRIAGE!

BIG SECRETS IN MARRIAGE!

                   *Secret 1*


Everyone you marry has a weakness. Only God does not have a weakness. So if you focus on your spouse's weakness you can't get the best out of his/her strength.


       


    *Secret 2*


Everyone has a dark history. No one is an angel. When you get married or you want to get married, stop digging into someone's past. What matters most is the present life of your partner. Old things have passed away. Forgive and forget. Focus on the present and the future.


            *Secret 3*


Every marriage has its own challenges. Marriage is not a bed of roses. Every good marriage has gone through its own test of blazing fire. True love proves in times of challenges. Fight for your marriage. Make up your mind to stay with your spouse in times of need. Remember the vow: For better for worse. In sickness and in health be there.


              *Secret 4*


Every marriage has different levels of success. Don't compare your marriage with that of any one else. We can never be equal. Some will be far, some behind. To avoid marriage stresses, be patient, work hard and with time your marriage dreams shall come true.


             *Secret 5*


To get married is declaring war. When you get married you must declare war against enemies of marriage. Some enemies of marriage are:

Ignorance 

Prayerlessness

Unforgiveness 

Third party influence 

Stinginess

Stubbornness 

Lack of love 

Rudeness

Laziness 

Disrespect 

Cheating etc. 

Be ready to fight to maintain your marriage zone.


             *Secret 6*


There is no perfect marriage. There is no ready - made marriage. Marriage is hard work. Volunteer yourself to work daily on it. Marriage is like a car that needs proper maintenance and proper service. If this is not done it will break down somewhere exposing the owner to danger, or some unhealthy circumstances. Let us not be careless about our marriages. 


              *Secret 7*


God cannot give you a complete person you desire. He gives you the person in the form of raw materials in order for you to mould the person into what you desire. This can only be achieved through prayer, love and Patience


             *Secret 8*


Getting married is taking a huge risk. You can not predict what will happen in the future. Situations may change so leave room for adjustments. Husband can lose his good job or you may fail to have babies. All these require you to be prayerful otherwise you might divorce.


            *Secret 9*


Marriage is not a contract. It is permanent. It needs total commitment. Love is the glue that sticks the couple together. Divorce starts in the mind and the devil feeds the mind. Never ever entertain thoughts of getting a divorce. Never threaten your spouse with divorce. Choose to remain married. God hates divorce.


            *Secret 10*


Every marriage has a price to pay. Marriage is like a bank account. It is the money that you deposit that you withdraw. If you don't deposit love, peace and care into your marriage, you are not a candidate for a blissful home.


So today let us pray for our marriages. Send to those you care about because you never know who you may be helping. May God bless you all. Amen.


Author: Anonymous

                   *Secret 1*


Everyone you marry has a weakness. Only God does not have a weakness. So if you focus on your spouse's weakness you can't get the best out of his/her strength.


       


    *Secret 2*


Everyone has a dark history. No one is an angel. When you get married or you want to get married, stop digging into someone's past. What matters most is the present life of your partner. Old things have passed away. Forgive and forget. Focus on the present and the future.


            *Secret 3*


Every marriage has its own challenges. Marriage is not a bed of roses. Every good marriage has gone through its own test of blazing fire. True love proves in times of challenges. Fight for your marriage. Make up your mind to stay with your spouse in times of need. Remember the vow: For better for worse. In sickness and in health be there.


              *Secret 4*


Every marriage has different levels of success. Don't compare your marriage with that of any one else. We can never be equal. Some will be far, some behind. To avoid marriage stresses, be patient, work hard and with time your marriage dreams shall come true.


             *Secret 5*


To get married is declaring war. When you get married you must declare war against enemies of marriage. Some enemies of marriage are:

Ignorance 

Prayerlessness

Unforgiveness 

Third party influence 

Stinginess

Stubbornness 

Lack of love 

Rudeness

Laziness 

Disrespect 

Cheating etc. 

Be ready to fight to maintain your marriage zone.


             *Secret 6*


There is no perfect marriage. There is no ready - made marriage. Marriage is hard work. Volunteer yourself to work daily on it. Marriage is like a car that needs proper maintenance and proper service. If this is not done it will break down somewhere exposing the owner to danger, or some unhealthy circumstances. Let us not be careless about our marriages. 


              *Secret 7*


God cannot give you a complete person you desire. He gives you the person in the form of raw materials in order for you to mould the person into what you desire. This can only be achieved through prayer, love and Patience


             *Secret 8*


Getting married is taking a huge risk. You can not predict what will happen in the future. Situations may change so leave room for adjustments. Husband can lose his good job or you may fail to have babies. All these require you to be prayerful otherwise you might divorce.


            *Secret 9*


Marriage is not a contract. It is permanent. It needs total commitment. Love is the glue that sticks the couple together. Divorce starts in the mind and the devil feeds the mind. Never ever entertain thoughts of getting a divorce. Never threaten your spouse with divorce. Choose to remain married. God hates divorce.


            *Secret 10*


Every marriage has a price to pay. Marriage is like a bank account. It is the money that you deposit that you withdraw. If you don't deposit love, peace and care into your marriage, you are not a candidate for a blissful home.


So today let us pray for our marriages. Send to those you care about because you never know who you may be helping. May God bless you all. Amen.


Author: Anonymous

Once Again, Happy Married life!!!

Once Again, Happy Married life!!!

 _*๐Ÿ‡น​๐Ÿ‡ด​๐Ÿ‡บ​๐Ÿ‡จ​๐Ÿ‡ญ​๐Ÿ‡ฎ​๐Ÿ‡ณ​๐Ÿ‡ฌ​*_

_*๐Ÿ‡ธ​๐Ÿ‡น​๐Ÿ‡ด​๐Ÿ‡ท​๐Ÿ‡พ​!!!*_



One day, during an evening class for adults, the Sociology Teacher entered the class and told students, “Let’s all play a game!” “What Game?”_


_The Teacher asked one of the students to volunteer. A woman, *Comfort* came forward._


_The Teacher asked her to write 30 names of most important people in her life on blackboard. *Comfort* wrote names of her family members, relatives, friends, her colleagues and her neighbors._


_The Teacher told her to erase 3 names that Comfort considered most unimportant. Comfort erased names of her colleagues._


_The Teacher again told her to delete 5 more names. She erased her neighbor's names. This went on until there were just four names left on the blackboard. These were names of her *mother, father, husband and the only son...*_


_The entire class became silent realizing that this wasn’t a game anymore for Comfort alone._


_Now, The Teacher told her to delete two more names. It was a very difficult choice for Aliza. She unwillingly deleted her parents names._


_“Please delete one more" said the Teacher. Comfort became very nervous and with trembling hands and tears in eyes she deleted her son’s name. Comfort cried painfully...The Teacher told her to take her seat._


_After a while Teacher asked, "Why your *husband*? The parents are the ones that nurtured you, and the son is the one you gave birth to?_

_And you can always find another husband!!!"_


_Total silence in the class. Everyone was curious to know her response. Comfort calmly and slowly said, *“One day my parents will pass away before me. My son may also leave me when he grows old, for his studies or business or whatever reason. The only one who will truly share his entire life with me, is my Husband”.*_


_All the students stood up and applauded her for sharing this truth of life._


_This is true and a fact of life. God created marriage for all and its a relationship for life._


_Always value your life partner, it's not only for *husbands alone but wives* as well. God has United these two souls as one and it's on you to nurture this relationship above all other relationship you have with friends, loved ones and family._


_Before marriage, God first, your family second but when married, God first and your husband or wife second._


_So as a Couple enjoy your marriage and make it healthy, truthful, peaceful, enjoying, religious, romantic and enviable!!!_


*H͓̽A͓̽P͓̽P͓̽Y͓̽ M͓̽A͓̽R͓̽R͓̽I͓̽E͓̽D͓̽ L͓̽I͓̽F͓̽E͓̽ T͓̽O͓̽ A͓̽L͓̽L͓̽ M͓̽A͓̽R͓̽R͓̽I͓̽E͓̽D͓̽ P͓̽E͓̽O͓̽P͓̽L͓̽E͓̽ O͓̽N͓̽ T͓̽H͓̽I͓̽S͓̽ P͓̽L͓̽A͓̽T͓̽F͓̽O͓̽R͓̽M͓̽*͓̽๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ


Anonymous

 _*๐Ÿ‡น​๐Ÿ‡ด​๐Ÿ‡บ​๐Ÿ‡จ​๐Ÿ‡ญ​๐Ÿ‡ฎ​๐Ÿ‡ณ​๐Ÿ‡ฌ​*_

_*๐Ÿ‡ธ​๐Ÿ‡น​๐Ÿ‡ด​๐Ÿ‡ท​๐Ÿ‡พ​!!!*_



One day, during an evening class for adults, the Sociology Teacher entered the class and told students, “Let’s all play a game!” “What Game?”_


_The Teacher asked one of the students to volunteer. A woman, *Comfort* came forward._


_The Teacher asked her to write 30 names of most important people in her life on blackboard. *Comfort* wrote names of her family members, relatives, friends, her colleagues and her neighbors._


_The Teacher told her to erase 3 names that Comfort considered most unimportant. Comfort erased names of her colleagues._


_The Teacher again told her to delete 5 more names. She erased her neighbor's names. This went on until there were just four names left on the blackboard. These were names of her *mother, father, husband and the only son...*_


_The entire class became silent realizing that this wasn’t a game anymore for Comfort alone._


_Now, The Teacher told her to delete two more names. It was a very difficult choice for Aliza. She unwillingly deleted her parents names._


_“Please delete one more" said the Teacher. Comfort became very nervous and with trembling hands and tears in eyes she deleted her son’s name. Comfort cried painfully...The Teacher told her to take her seat._


_After a while Teacher asked, "Why your *husband*? The parents are the ones that nurtured you, and the son is the one you gave birth to?_

_And you can always find another husband!!!"_


_Total silence in the class. Everyone was curious to know her response. Comfort calmly and slowly said, *“One day my parents will pass away before me. My son may also leave me when he grows old, for his studies or business or whatever reason. The only one who will truly share his entire life with me, is my Husband”.*_


_All the students stood up and applauded her for sharing this truth of life._


_This is true and a fact of life. God created marriage for all and its a relationship for life._


_Always value your life partner, it's not only for *husbands alone but wives* as well. God has United these two souls as one and it's on you to nurture this relationship above all other relationship you have with friends, loved ones and family._


_Before marriage, God first, your family second but when married, God first and your husband or wife second._


_So as a Couple enjoy your marriage and make it healthy, truthful, peaceful, enjoying, religious, romantic and enviable!!!_


*H͓̽A͓̽P͓̽P͓̽Y͓̽ M͓̽A͓̽R͓̽R͓̽I͓̽E͓̽D͓̽ L͓̽I͓̽F͓̽E͓̽ T͓̽O͓̽ A͓̽L͓̽L͓̽ M͓̽A͓̽R͓̽R͓̽I͓̽E͓̽D͓̽ P͓̽E͓̽O͓̽P͓̽L͓̽E͓̽ O͓̽N͓̽ T͓̽H͓̽I͓̽S͓̽ P͓̽L͓̽A͓̽T͓̽F͓̽O͓̽R͓̽M͓̽*͓̽๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿฝ


Anonymous

RAW PHOTOS 6: Happy married life to Mr and Mrs Olawale Olaoluwa Akinwande, May your journey of love knows no end!

RAW PHOTOS 6: Happy married life to Mr and Mrs Olawale Olaoluwa Akinwande, May your journey of love knows no end!

Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness." May your love forever grow.



"May the years ahead be filled with lasting joy."



"Wishing you joy, love and happiness on your wedding
 day and as you begin your new life together."



"May today be the beginning of a long,
happy life together."









May the love you share today grow stronger as you
grow old together."













Comrade Dele Abiola ร nd the couple


"May the love and happiness you feel today shine
through the years ahead."


"Best wishes on this wonderful journey, as you build your new lives together."


"May your joining together bring you more joy than you can imagine."


"We wish you all the best as you embark on this wonderful union."


"Congratulations"


By Comrade Dele Abiola.


Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness." May your love forever grow.



"May the years ahead be filled with lasting joy."



"Wishing you joy, love and happiness on your wedding
 day and as you begin your new life together."



"May today be the beginning of a long,
happy life together."









May the love you share today grow stronger as you
grow old together."













Comrade Dele Abiola ร nd the couple


"May the love and happiness you feel today shine
through the years ahead."


"Best wishes on this wonderful journey, as you build your new lives together."


"May your joining together bring you more joy than you can imagine."


"We wish you all the best as you embark on this wonderful union."


"Congratulations"


By Comrade Dele Abiola.


RAW PHOTOS 5: Mary Modupe And Olawale Olaoluwa Exchange Marriage Vows

RAW PHOTOS 5: Mary Modupe And Olawale Olaoluwa Exchange Marriage Vows


























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