Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo, has confirmed that his eldest daughter, Damilola Osinbajo is set to wed her heartthrob, Oluseun Bakare
The Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo, has confirmed that his eldest daughter, Damilola Osinbajo is set to wed her heartthrob, Oluseun Bakare.
Yemi Osinbajo confirmed the news on his social media accounts but Convener of the FreeTheSheeple Movement, Daddy Freeze has criticized it on his Instagram page stating how he feels about the wedding as Yemi Osinbajo eldest daughter, Damilola is getting married to a Muslim.
Daddy Freeze wrote;
“REDEEMED PASTOR OSHINBAJO’S DAUGHTER SET TO MARRY..
I congratulate them and sincerely wish them well as they look really happy and in love!
His name seems Muslim… If it’s normal church rats that want to marry Muslims, they won’t agree o… The will go as far as saying “Allah is not God” and say “let’s not be unequally yoked”. But with the political pedigree involved here, I’m sure even the GO and his Mummy will attend.”
Let me remind you of the high profile case of another Redeemed pastor’s daughter Charity, who wanted to marry a Muslim, the whole CAN stepped out to stop the wedding according to the story below.👇👇
Charity Uzoechina, the daughter of Redeemed Christian Church of God Pastor, Raymond Uzoechina, who made headlines with her story of conversion to Islam, was set to marry the lawyer who handles her controversial case in court but the Niger state Government called it off.
Aisha (formerly known as Charity) Uzoechina, 26, was supposed to be marrying her Muslim lawyer, Barrister Tijani, reportedly on May 2. However, the Governor of Niger state, Babangida Aliyu, where Uzoechina resides, ordered that the wedding to be stopped as he got information that Aisha’s parents were not informed of her upcoming wedding.
According to Vanguard, imams and other Muslim clerics were already gathered when the wedding was canceled.
The reason why Aisha didn’t inform her parent about her upcoming wedding can be the differences between them about her conversion to Islam. Back in 2013, Aisha sued her parents for interfering in her decision to change religion.
Representative of the National body of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Niger state Chapter Chairman, Dr Musa Dada, had informed the State’s Commissioner on Religious Matters and the Attorney General of the state about the upcoming wedding between Aisha and Barrister Tijani.