Monday, 17 October 2016

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s Ex-Wife Moves On, Marries European Lover

From all indications, it has become obvious that Pastor Anita, the the former wife of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, founder of Christ Embassey church, has moved on after her divorce from her first husband and has gone ahead to remarry.

 After her divorce, Anita dropped her husband’s surname and reverted to her maiden name Ebhodaghe. But on September 26, she sparked off marriage rumours as she added ‘Schafer’ to her maiden name at the end of her latest article ‘A Simple Prayer’ writing her full name as Anita Ebhodaghe Schafer. As the fact-finding mission continued, more information were discovered proving that it might just be true that Anita now belongs to another man.

Pastor Anita runs an online Christian portal, www.pastoranita.org which is linked to her verified Facebook page where she writes articles on different subjects and before any comment is published on her website, it must be approved by her.
The confirmation of her marriage was disclosed in one of the comments in her web site on Wednesday, 12th October 2016 which she approved and the writer, Frau Glauben, (who might have attended attended the ceremony) said:

“Congratulations Pastor Anita for your new name. We wish you all the best as you begin a new chapter in your life as you have moved on to the glory of God. Old things are passed away, behold all things have become new. It was such a beautiful ceremony. We are so excited for you and your family. We Rejoice with you, Pastor Anita Schafer. God bless you Ma.”

Besides  Glauben, two other comments also confirmed that Pastor Anita has truly remarries! It was gathered that Pastor Anita had a quiet wedding with a European man sometime in September 2016.

It will be recalled that the marriage between Pastor Anita and Pastor Chris Oyakhilome was dissolved in February 2016 after a decree absolute was pronounced in the High Court of Justice Principal Registry of the Family Division in the United Kingdom.


Source: buzznigeria