Two years ago, Gospel minister, Dunsin Oyekan, lost his beautiful wife, Doyin Oyekan.
Although the cause of her death wasn’t disclosed, the gospel minister has now opened up on how he pulled through and is still pulling through.
During a recent worship session at a church he was invited to minister, Dunsin Oyekan sang one of the songs “I’ll be here” from his latest album and mentioned that the song came as a special word to him when he lost his wife in 2019.
…this song came in pain. I lost my wife almost 2 years ago in the middle of tears, in the middle of pain, the only person I could run to, is God and I said to the Lord in one of those days ;“I”ll be here lifting hands even when it doesn’t seem easy”.
And the Lord said said to me, if you focus on the pain of transition, you will miss it’s purpose. So this is my testimony, in pain, I see purpose, in grief I find grace. What shall separate us from the love of God?
Dunsin Oyekan lost his wife Doyin in 2019 to an undisclosed incident and they the couple had 2 kids before Doyin’s demise.
‘Kick out Iyabo Ojo and Yomi Fabiyi too’ – Nigerians react after TAMPAN suspended Nkechi Blessing & Lege Miami
Some Nigerians have accused the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners of Nigeria (TAMPAN) of partiality following the suspension of Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing Sunday and colleague Adams Kehinde nicknamed Lege Miami.
Many people believe the suspension was a sham, knowing full well that there are others participating in a social media feud.
Following Baba Ijesha's arrest, actresses Iyabo Ojo and Yomi Fabiyi were named for their altercation on social media.
TAMPAN's reason for suspending Nkechi and Lege but not Iyabo and Yomi has been questioned by Nigerians.
Here are some social media responses from Nigerians:
"What about other members that have been doing rada rada...
Nollywood actor, Bolanle Ninalowo has taken to Instagram to share some motivational talks with his fans and fololowers.
According to the father of two, no one should wait for a perfect time to make progress because taking the step is what builds confidence and motivation.
In his words;
"Too often we spend our time waiting for the ideal path to appear. But it never does. Because we forget that paths are made by walking, not waiting. Now is the time! And no, you shouldn’t feel more confident and motivated before you take the next step. Taking the next step is what builds your confidence and motivation, gradually.
Get up and Have a blessed week "
Pharaoh Okadigbo, first son of late ex-Senate President Chuba Okadigbo, and a graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka has died in a car accident that resulted after he rammed into a heavy-duty truck.
President Muhammadu Buhari condoled with the Okadigbo family over the incident.
The president’s condolence message was contained in a statement issued by his spokesman Femi Adesina on Sunday.
Buhari said: ”It is very sad to lose such a promising young man, with so much potentials and passion for youth involvement in the socio-political development of Nigeria.”
He noted that the late Pharaoh had, at an early age, keyed into the vision of a better Nigeria, not just for the privileged but for all and sundry, which he (the president)...