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Tuesday, September 01, 2020

Man Disrupt Church Wedding Claiming Bride Is His Wife

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Confusion and drama ensued on Saturday at the Great Salvation Christian Centre, aka Father’s Church, on Ako Aro Road, in the Ifako-Ijaiye area of Lagos State, after a man, Iberemu Osadebe, disrupted an ongoing wedding in the church.

He claimed that the bride, Gloria, was his wife.


PUNCH gathered that Osadebe had a traditional wedding with Gloria after they had a son together.


He, however, became sick for about five years, during which time he sold most of his property to seek a cure.


The Imo State indigene was said to have later travelled to his hometown in Isiala Mbano, where he continued the treatment. He was on the sick bed when he received information that his wife of 20 years would be getting married to another man on Saturday, August 29, 2020.


The 43-year-old was said to have developed high blood pressure, which affected his speech.
He returned to Lagos on Friday, a day to the wedding, and reported his plan to disrupt the wedding at the Agbado Police Station.


Upon arriving in the church around 11am, some of the church leaders, who recognised him, appealed to him to let the matter go, which he rejected.


Some members of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, who were said to be colleagues of the new groom, identified as Henry, were also invited to mediate.


People who witnessed the occasion, noted that the church adjusted the wedding programme after sensing the building tension and fervent prayers were offered against intruders and plots to interrupt the wedding.


The church’s pastor was about to join the new couple when Osadebe’s family members marched to the pulpit and revealed that the woman was already married and could not be joined in holy wedlock.


Security guards on the premises, however, bundled them out of the church, as pandemonium broke out in the assembly.

The guards later mounted a defence at the church’s entrance, while Osadebe and his family protested and demanded an end to the ceremony.

47 comments:

  1. Ehya...We move...Na only one side we hear

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    1. Even with this one side the church should have suspended the wedding till further notice when everything would have been sorted out.

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  2. ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ๐Ÿ˜ฒ hope he does not have another Wife in the village sha๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”

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    1. Did you read this story at all?

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    2. Annoy 13:03 ofcourse she read the story very well, but you know now, she must support the woman. Nonsense.

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  3. This man should goan watch war room and learn to fast and pray so god can bring back his very fed up of poverty wife.

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚...yep let him build his home!

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  4. This man should goan watch war room and learn to fast and pray so god can bring back his very fed up of poverty wife.

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    1. God bless you. If na the woman wey sick, they would have bundled het back to her father's house and called her a witch then marry another wife

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  5. People dont recognise for better for worst.in sickness, in health. They just check out if it doesn't favour them

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    1. Too sad. Such a wicked and evil woman

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    2. Since they were married traditionally, I feel the lady returned the bride price. Was he alone in the village for 5 years or the woman was with him.

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    3. She behaved badly except there is more to this story.

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  6. He or his family must have done something to push the woman away.

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    1. You know this how? Rubbish talk

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    2. Tell us what they must have done please.

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    3. Shooter, anon is bring sarcastic. Drink some honey please

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  7. Na wah oh! Nollywood need signed them on for this display..so did the wedding still hold?

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  8. Eh yah
    Maybe bride price was not returned to formally dissolve the union.
    The kind embarrassment this would have caused will not have part 2

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    1. I think so too, if that is the case it serves her right.

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  9. Na wa...o
    Na insider go rat her out๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

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  10. She did wrong o
    How can the church even wed people when there is that kind issue on ground. Nawa

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  11. Wish we can hear from the woman. When you relocated What happened to your wife and son?. What is your relationship with them while in the village. Was there at any time your family confronted or blamed her for your illness?. I am not siding the woman but its very difficult for a woman who had a child for a man to remarry after the death of her husband more or less while the man is still alive and ill. What do l know. God please fix it.

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  12. What a bitter & dramatic husband!!
    So if no be you, no one else?
    Now I understand why people hire police escorts on their wedding day eventhough they do not belong to the wealthy class.

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  13. For the man to come to the church and create a scene shows that bride price was not returned.

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  14. The woman had been with him for over 20 years, he is now 43 that means he started dating the lady maybe when he was 23 and she was 16 - 22 just saying...they had a son in 2011 and he was forced to pay her bride price in 2017 after his mother’s death when the lady refused to attend his mom’s funeral because she was not a wife and he was fined by the elders in the village because he is the first son and the woman refused to release their son to attend as well.

    From what I read from another blog, after he got sick the woman started begging for alms lying that she needed transportation money to go back to Ekiti, the church found out and tried to help but he got angry sold everything and went back to the village. Where was his family members then to help them???
    How could you have been dating her for 20 years and only paid her bride price in 2017 is that not the heart of a wicked man?
    The story says the woman is an orphan according to the pastors wife from what I read from another blog.

    Your mom told you not to marry her but you kept her and only paid her bride price after 17 years together when she refused to attend your mother’s funeral...

    Someone has now come to try and make something beautiful out of the woman’s life you’re now coming to claim ownership.

    I am really angry at this story and for those of you castigating this woman, try and look for ngo’s to volunteer with or even churches that really care about the poor and you will know these kind of stories are everywhere. Many of the female beggars you see especially in Lagos are women in these kind of situations.

    Thank God that church decided to fight for the woman.

    Rubbish and Buhari very annoying story.

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    1. Real Rubbish.
      Yeye man. Coming to fight for what?
      She has moved on, let her be.

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    2. I know this is the story all along, he is just a scorned ex who is hell bent on destroying the woman's life

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  15. Isn't polygamy legal in Nigeria, I don't see where she was doing anything wrong.

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  16. For once it is not a woman crashing her man's wedding

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  17. more to this story...a woman will not korokoro come and do church wedding with another man while still married. some men will treat a woman anyhow then when they are sick or old they expect the woman to continue suffering abuse and neglect.

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