Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe has revealed the meaning behind her Muslim name.
Kemi Filani reported that Mercy Aigbe had unveiled her new Muslim name as she embraced her husband’s religion.
The wife of Marketer, Kazim Adeoti who has embraced her husband’s religion, announced to the public that she is now Hajia Minnah.
Mercy made this known during the special prayer/lecture she and her husband held to celebrate Ramadan.
Speaking on the meaning behind the name, Mercy Aigbe revealed that her husband, Kazim Adeoti was the one who gave her the name.
For those doubting that Minnah is a Muslim name, Mercy tutored them on the powerful meaning behind the name.
She stated that Minnah is a beautiful, Islamic name and it means Mercy… Gift from Allah.
Though she understands that it isn’t a common name, the meaning behind the name is powerful, sweet, and unique hence why her husband suggested it to her.
“So I saw a lot of comments regarding my name Minnah that cracked me up so bad. Some comments are so hilarious. Yes! Minnah is a beautiful, Islamic name and it means Mercy… Gift from Allah (google to confirm) Ramadan Kareem”.
“I saw a lot of comments from some Muslims saying it’s Aminat, some said it’s ‘Meenah’ and Menna is not a Muslim name, etc. So it is not Aminat, neither is it Meenah… The correct name is Minnah.
I understand it’s not a common name so a lot of people aren’t used to it, it’s a powerful, sweet, unique name that’s why when hubby suggested it. I loved it.
If you are a Muslim and searching for unique baby girl names for your princess. I’ll recommend Minnah and make sure you invite me to the naming”.
Mercy Aigbe opens up on lessons she learned from her marriage
Kemi Filani reported Hajia Minnah Mercy Aigbe Adeoti had opened up on the lessons she learned from her marriage to famous movie marketer Kazim Adeoti.
Following the success of their grand Ramadan lecture. Mercy Aigbe disclosed she had learned a lot from her second marriage, an exciting experience so far.
Mercy Aigbe revealed she had learned how to pray and give, and she is still in the learning process of her new religion.
The mother of two also disclosed that she would be going for the holy pilgrimage, Hajj, this year.
Mercy Aigbe expressed gratitude to her colleagues who stormed their Ramadan lecture, while she especially appreciated Kemi Afolabi for helping her through her learning process.