Sharon Oyakhilome, UK based gospel artist and daughter of popular preacher, pastor Chris Oyakhilome is set to say “I do” to her fiance, Phillip who engaged her last year.
Their wedding is slated for October this year.
Sharon shared the news of her upcoming wedding ceremony on her Facebook page “We love CSO”.
Sharon is a daughter to Pastors Chris Oyakhilome and ex wife, Anita Ebhodaghe.
Sharon, a gospel singer, doesn’t live with her mum.
After the divorce between Pastor Chris and his estranged wife, Anita, the court asked them to take one of their daughters each. Pastor Chris is left with his eldest daughter Sharon while his embattled wife went with Charlene.
Why Indimi’s Daughter, Rahmayi can never enter Babangida’s house to see her kids again (photos, details)
For Rahmayi, daughter of billionaire businessman, Mohammed Indimi, her divorce from Mohammed Babangida, the first son of former Nigerian military Head Of State, Gen. Ibrahim Babangida (rtd.) has not only deleted her name from the Minna’s most powerful family records but cost her two kids which she can never have access to.
Recall that the 14-year-old marriage crumbled like a pack of badly stacked cards and it led to a battle for the custody of their four children.
The judgment afterwards allowed two kids to remain with her and the other two with her ex-husband, Mohammed.
If Rahmayi was pained, she always reveals this whenever the two kids who aren’t with her are...
Actor Ibrahim Chatta has debunked claims that he was beating his ex-wife, Salamat, who is a Senator’s daughter.
In an interview with Punch, the actor explained that he tried his best in making the marriage work but to no avail.
He said, “I am not a wife beater. It was reported on different occasions that I beat a woman, but no one came out with proof. When one beats a woman, don’t you think the women will come up with photos of injuries sustained during the beating?
“During an interview, a journalist asked me if I had hit a woman before, I said once but she slapped me first and they twisted my words and used it against me.
“When we die, we should not think it is over because God will like to know how we spent our lives.
“When I married Salamat, the daughter of a senator, here...
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has released a statement concerning the online sale of Nigerian Permanent Voters Card (PVC).
Nigerians had on Sunday found PVCs branded with the Nigerian colours and logo listed on Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba.
People had raised an alarm, asking what implications the public sale of the cards meant.
INEC has released a statement, revealing that the clone and sale of the cards were anticipated and measures have been taken to ensure their security.
The commission added that in addition to these measures, they are also working to further secure the election materials, and from next week, there will be a systemic hardware and software upgrade of all the Smart Card Readers nationwide.