Bright Okpocha known as Basket Mouth has revealed that his wife always shed tears whenever he is away….how lovely!
What are the low moments of your marriage, and how have you been able to manage?
Mine is different because of my job.
The low moments are times when she would cry because I wasn’t around.
These times has been difficult for us. There was a time I travelled out
of Nigeria for two months. Although during the period, I came to Nigeria
three times, and when I was about leaving the next day, she was crying
Gifts. And whenever I am in the country, we have fun together. Like now,
she’s here with me. She follows me to everywhere I go. I am also a
houseboy, whenever I’m home, I do not leave the house. I spend every
moment with my family; my wife and the kids.
What are those chores you do at home that people don’t expect?
I cook. I try, I can’t really say I’m a good cook. But I cook for my family.
Advice to other couples
I’m not that experienced to start giving advice to older people but, everything centres on love and understanding
in every relationship. Look at our parents, after 30-40 years of
marriage, they are still together. Then, you ask yourself, what are they
doing right? What are they doing wrong? Then, you find out that they
are patient and tolerant. Our parents are tolerant but children of today
are not. We’re more materiali-stic, no genuine love. I think, we should
learn from our parents. If not that my dad had passed on; he would
still be married. Don’t just marry somebody because she’s pretty or
she’s from a rich family.
Christians during church services to celebrate this year’s Christmas in
Kaduna, says Pastor Yohanna Buru.
Evangelical Church, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna South, in an interview with NAN,
said the essence of that was to protect the Christian worshippers as
part of effort to...
“I married my kid sister – my mother’s last born. We are as close siblings can be. That is why we have stayed together for this long.”
Some say it is a figure of speech, while some say it is some sort of
incestuous relationship. We’ll poke our nose further into this story to
confirm exactly what the veteran artiste really means.
Controversial Pastor, cum politician, Chris Okotie says he is certain
that the incumbent president of Nigeria is an occultic man and he can prove
Citing GEJ’s presidential declaration on the eleventh of November,
2014 in his piece titled “2015 and our crony democracy” which was posted
on his facebook page hours ago, Okotie stated that the Presidential
declaration on November 11 2014 at the Eagle squares has an occultic
He says the number, 11, is a sacred number in the occultic world and
that it demonstrates an appeasement of the powers of darkness to favour
(11-11-2014)has occultic significance. When the number is repeated, it