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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Gospel Artiste Woli Agba Recounts His Meeting Point Story With His In Laws

Nigerian Gospel artiste and Instagram comedian, Ayo Ajewole popularly known as Woli Agba, in a recent chat with Punch recounted his marriage journey with his wife, Olaife.






At what age did you plan getting married initially?



While growing up, I had always believed that I would get married at the age of 30 at most but I ended up getting married later than that age.


What delayed the plan?


Money basically because you have to be sure of your income before venturing into marriage but in all, I give thanks to God because everything worked out fine. We may make plans but God has the final say.


When did you eventually tie the knot?



I got married in April 2017.


How did you meet your wife?



I met her at a programme I was invited to in Kogi State. While the crowd was trying to take pictures with me, I just sighted this beautiful lady standing at a corner looking at me. I walked up to her and immediately told her that she was my wife but she began to laugh. I told her I was serious and that I was speaking as a prophet but she kept on laughing and told me that I was just too funny and playful. While I was saying that, my mind kept telling me that she probably was in a relationship with someone else but I did not care. I got her number and here we are today.


At what point did she begin to take you seriously?



Thank God for the midnight call promotion during that time. I called her during one midnight and she said, ‘Woli, so you also do extra-cool.’ But I told her that it was love that caused it; when it comes to love, you can do anything. After I said this, she was ready to listen to me. Then she asked if I was serious about my statement and I told her yes. She asked what made me so sure and I told her that as I knew a man of God, I was talking with authority. Besides, the Bible tells me that immediately Adam saw Eve, he recognised Eve and named her woman which means a man taken out of me and has a womb. I said that it was the same process. In fact, before I got to the venue of the event, something told me that I would meet somebody that would never leave my life.


How long did the courtship last?


It lasted for about four years.


How did you propose to your wife?



For me, I was always doing something for her every month just to let her know that I was serious because it took her time to be sure that I really wanted her. Sometimes I had to ask my celebrity friends to call her and let her know that I loved her. After about a year of our relationship, I packaged something and proposed to her properly. But I would say that it was from the first month we got together that I started proposing to her. My wife is so beautiful and I did not want to lose her, so I did not wait till I was ready to marry before proposing to her. After a month, I started the proposal process.


Did you face any challenge during your courtship?


We did not really face any challenge especially because I have a very positive outlook at any situation that confronts me. What I thought could have been a challenge was her father’s disposition to our union. She is the only daughter of her father and he loves her a lot, so I thought that would have been a hurdle to cross but God went before me and prepared the way. I had even seen her father in my dream before I met with him in real life. In fact, it was her father that instructed her to bring the man in her life home and that was how I met my father-in-law.


When you were at the altar during the wedding, what went through your mind?


There were a lot of things that went through my mind. On that day, I shed tears of joy. Looking at the crowd that came for my wedding alone was quite overwhelming. I felt that I had been anchoring weddings for a long while and finally it was my turn for someone to anchor mine. I looked into my wife’s eyes and I said to myself this is the beautiful woman that I would spend the rest of my life with. I knew that I meant it when I said she was my wife the first day I met her but the mere fact that it was becoming a reality made me very joyous. Another thing that went through my mind was how I would settle in my home. I was very happy on that day.

16 comments:

  1. Blah, blah, blah. The wife looks like his aunt or elder sister. There is nothing sweet about their story.

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    1. Haters shaaaa...n u fink u can av happiness lik dis???

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    2. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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    3. You are a very, very big fat fool! And no, I am not the wife!

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    4. How do haters sleep at night?

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    5. I am very sure you are single ntorrr

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    6. Please I laugh in Spanish.
      Jajajajajaja.

      Anony 16:46...only her smile is a knockout. You sound like a frustrated one. Find a chilled bottle of soft drink and guzzle on.
      Smh

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  2. Very sweet story and his wife is a black beauty

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  3. Dis woli guy looks so much like mayorkun o

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  4. I know this babe. Woli you married well.

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  5. Why the hate from anonymous tho...i dont get it

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  6. IPM....progress!!!😂😂

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  7. Oh no anonymous, blowing out someone's candle can never light yours. Doh, you will be alright last last

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  8. Woli agba nice one, may God bless your family and mine.

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