Reactions have been trailing the celebration of Easter by actress Hajia Minnah Mercy Aigbe Adeoti on social media.
Mercy Aigbe’s husband, Kazim Adeoti, Iyabo Ojo, Toyin Abraham, Mary Lazarus, Yvvone Jegede, and others reacted to the Easter post shared by Mercy Aigbe.
Mercy Aigbe shared beautiful photos of herself with a simple and lovely Easter greeting. She wrote, “Happy Easter Fam.”
This was followed by heartwarming reactions from her colleagues and fans. Her husband joined her in the Easter celebration while others commended her beautiful outfit.
Mercy Aigbe unveils new Muslim name
Just a few days ago, Mercy Aigbe embraced her husband’s religion and announced to the public her new name.
Mercy Aigbe declared to the public that she is now to be addressed as Hajia Meenah.
Mercy made this known during the special prayer/lecture she and her husband held to celebrate Ramadan.
Mercy Aigbe and Kazim Adeoti join the famous witch challenge
Mercy Aigbe and her husband, Kazim Adeoti, recently joined the famous witch challenge on social media. They were captured mimicking the actions of a witch.
The hilarious video captured Mercy Aigbe’s colleague’s reaction while she queried her husband for not getting the moves right.
She wrote, “Biko, what is @kazimadeoti doing? Is this how to summon.”
Celebrities like Omoni Oboli, Sikiratu Sindodo, Regina Daniels, Biodun Omoborty, Kemi Afolabi, Damola Olatunji, Lola Margaret, Mariam Muftadeen and others reacted beautifully to the video.
Mercy Aigbe opens up on lessons she learnt from her marriage
Mercy Aigbe also opened up on the lessons she learnt from her marriage to Kazim Adeoti following the success of their grand Ramadan lecture.
Mercy Aigbe disclosed that she had learnt a lot from her second marriage, and it is an exciting experience for her.
The mother of two disclosed that she learnt how and give, and she is still in the learning process of her new religion.
While appreciating her colleagues who turned up for their Ramadan lecture, especially Kemi Afolabi, who is helping through her learning process, Mercy Aigbe disclosed she would be going for the holy pilgrimage, Hajj, this year.