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IT was joyful moment at Assemblies Of God Church, Amawbia, Awka South LGA, Anambra State, as one of the staffers of Anambra Newspapers Printing Corporation (ANPC), Onyedikachi Anyaonyeabor walked down the isle to seal the nuptial vows of matrimonial union with his heartthrob, Josephine Ego Ajah.

  Delivering his sermon, the officiating minister and  former Assistant District  Superintendant, Assemblies of God Church, Awka, Rev. Emmanuel Ikechi Okoro, urged Christians to always remember that Jesus Christ is coming very soon even in the midst of celebration.

  He explained that the world is no longer sweet but can only be sweet for anyone who is in Christ. According to him, “this age is recording more divorce and the worst is that Christians are deeply caught in the trend. The world is bad because human beings have rejected the owner of the world, most divorce cases are as result of people not following the word of God.”

  Emphasising on the topic, “God’s Order for Family”, the clergy explained that marriage is meant to be enjoyed, urging couples to recognise Christ as the Lord of the family. “The man should love his wife even as Christ loved the church while the wife should be submissive to the husband”.

  He further reminded them that marriage is not only coated with sweet but challenges too, which must be overcome with prayers and good understanding of each other.

  Expressing his feelings, the bride’s elder brother, Justice Cyprian Ajah, congratulated the new couple for fulfilling a big responsibility in the life of all people who are not on the line of celibacy by either call or choice.

  He expressed optimism on the prospect of the marriage while bestowing his fatherly blessings on them.

  “I have no doubt this marriage will yield good fruits. The girl whom I have given into marriage today is my younger sister. She was well brought up and I am sure she will bring her virtues to bear as she continues her new chapter of life as a wife in her own home.

  As we are here to celebrate this marriage, my prayer for them is to have a fruitful marriage, live in peace and harmony with understanding and undying love for each other

  The young man is full of humility which is a sign that both will be for each other with God leading the line. I wish them good luck.” He surmised.

  In his own contribution, the Managing Director and CEO, Anambra Newspapers Printing Corporation (ANPC, publishers of National Light Newspaper, Ka O Di Taa and  Sportslight Xtra Newspapers), Sir Chuka Nnabuife, expressed profound gratitude to God on behalf of the young couple, describing Onyedikachi as one with focus and clear sense of direction in placement of his priorities.

  “I saw a young man who has his head on his shoulder. He is purposeful and I am glad the whole thing falls in place in his wedding like it had long been planned even when it had not been long he told me about his plans to settle down in marriage with whom he has found. Onyedika did not procastinate. A good number of young men in his age will wait for their considered perfect time and may miss their chances in the process. So, I commend him for being astute.”

  He advised them to love one another, while praying for them to be blessed with children and every good thing marriage brings. He however cautioned them not to expect no challenges in their married life for there are no rose gardens without thistles.

  Sir Nnabuife advised them to overcome all their challenges with weapons of prayer.

In his vote of thanks, the chief celebrant expressed gratitude to all who made the day eventful, especially management and staff of ANPC.

  Highlights of the event were exchanges of rings and vows by the couple; first public feeding of each other by the couple, as well as significant number of ANPC’s staff that graced the event.

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