*In Dbanj voice*
“Omo, you don make me fall in love
Fall in love o [2x]
We suppose marry because you don make me fall in love
Fall in love o [2x]”
Is it not amazing that people fall in love and keep blossoming in marriage and companionship for quite a number of years? Indeed love is a very beautiful thing. When an oath of marriage is taken by a couple, it is meant to last forever.
Unfortunately not all marriages are able to stand the test of time. These couples have not only shown the beauty of love, they live by it.
In no particular order, they include:
OLU JACOBS AND JOKE SYLVIA
Olu is 19 years older than Joke and yet no negative energy since they both tied the knot 25 years ago. So much must be keeping this marriage together don't you think?
Joke says “I find it very irritating and annoying when pastors say, “Now, make sure you take care of your husbands. I just wish they can make everything equal.
They make it seem like the entire marriage is on the woman and that is wrong! I think putting the Lord in your marriage is the bottom line and both parties have their parts to play (50-50) and I would expect that when the pastor or priest is talking, they should sound that way”.
OMOTOLA AND CAPT. EKEINDE
Married for about 16years now, yet feels like yesterday. According to the actress, she isn't bothered by scandals because according to her, her husband is very understanding.
She has also revealed that she was attracted to him because of his maturity. “If I had not married him, I would not have married anyone else.” she says smiling.
Well we see that they are truly made for each other so we can't help but crush on them.
BETTY AND SONY IRABOR
They make marriage look easy, but according to Betty Irabor, marrying for the right reasons, Jesus Christ and the words “I am sorry” go a long way in making any marriage easy.
“A marriage where couples don’t communicate and bear grudges is likely to be an unhappy one. Talk it over and don’t keep digging up the past. Forgive…forgive…forgive. What I know for sure is that Christ is the foundation of a good marriage.
TUNDE AND WUNMI OBE
This two have been singing together way back in their University days and have been married for 14 years. According to Tunde, he never talks to his wife in a condescending and derogatory manner.
GOODLUCK AND PATIENCE JONATHAN
No doubt, this duo has really come a long way and despite so many hiccups, they are still together forever.
I don't know for how long they have been married now but I'm sure they have been married for a while now, hence they should be celebrated. All marriages has their storms, but the ability to calm down the storms makes the marriage successful with both parties open for change.
Saturday are for weddings.
Saturday are for successful marriages.
Saturday are for power couples.
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