By Daniel Njienue, News/Comments, October 5, 2020
Penultimate week it was as friends, family members and well-wishers gather to celebrate with the President-General of Orogun Kingdom, Olorogun (Barr) Benson Ndakara, who gave out his daughter, Barrister Muobo Zino in the Holy matrimony to Mr. Kelvin Anorue.
The ceremony which took place in the home town of the bride’s father, Aragba-Orogun in Ughelli North Local government Area of Delta state saw, prominent men and women from all walks of life, they include, Prof. Patrick Egbule, who was the Chairman of the day, Olorogun Barr. Omininimi, Olorogun Barr. Andi Osawota, Senior Special Adiviser to the Governor of Delta State, Mr. Valentine Ojumah, MD/CEO, FBN Insurance, His Royal Highness, Oba (Barr) Rufus Olarewaju Ajayi JP, and others.
Meanwhile, in his sermon during the mass at Saint Joseph Catholic Church, Aragba-Orogun, Rev. Fr. Joseph Bolokor said, that the couple have come together because of the love they have for each other and so, must continue to play by the rule of the game, stressing however, what the scripture says about marriage: “It is a thing of joy that a man will leave his father and his mother and hold on to his wife and they will become one”.
Fr. Bolokor further said that, no marriage is without challenges, but with perseverance and understanding things will work better. Reiterating the slogan for marriage: “better for best as against for better for worst. Certainly, whether you like it or not, challenges must surely come and what is always important is that God will always be there to calm down any storm”
The Catholic Priest advised the couple, Muobo and Kelvin to always seek the face of God and build a stronger relationship that will make God to bless them, hinting that marriage is a covenant not a contract. “Even in the midst of trial you must listen to the words of Saint Paul; “love is kind, patient and forgiving” he added. Officiating priests include, Rev. Fr. Januarius Okorugbo, the Parish Priest of the church, Rev. Fr. Anthony Anenene, and Rev. Fr. Philip Obewha.
On his part, Olorogun Ndakara advised the couple to imbibe good virtues and be of good behaviours, stressing that they should keep to their marital vow and never allow a third party to cause any misunderstanding as they journey for marriage life. In the same vein, Prof. Egbule while giving his address, charged the couple to live as indivisible and inseparable , noting that they must be patient to each other, pray together and allow the will of God to be done. That, marriage has its own shortcoming but can only be overcome when the duo understand themselves well.
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