Repentant self-confessed prostitute marries partner in Port Harcourt
Reports indicate that an Enugu-born orphan, who was formerly engaged in prostitution got married to her furniture-maker husband over the weekend.
“I do not care about what background we may come from but with the God of OPM, I know my matrimonial home is solidly built”
The bride narrated how she ventured into prostitution. According to her it was after she lost her both parents. It was difficult for her to fend for herself that she had to drop out of school and had no choice but to join the legendary profession.
“I got involved in prostitution after the death of my mother in 2012. I am an orphan, my father died in 2007, I came from a polygamous home and could not continue my education after dropping out in my secondary school. As my last option, I took the choice of engaging in a full time prostitution to help myself. Consequently, I was admitted into a demonic brothel in Diobu where certain rituals are made through shaving of hair from all the sensitive part of your body to be deposited with the owner of the brothel. I could not find any pleasure in the business as several ugly incidents kept occurring in the evil brothel.
“As I was believing God for a saviour to meet me was when Daddy OPM visited our brothel with an uncommon style of envagelism urging us not only to quit prostitution but to pack out of the brothel to follow him. He promised to give us house, set up businesses for us, change our lives and also to sponsor the traditional and white wedding of any of us who truly accept Christ and repent from our evil ways, a rare opportunity I have being looking for. This divine visitation by the OPM envagelism team was made two days after my colleague “Chisom” lost her life in the act, a situation that created so much fear in me to quit the business. Today, those promises were made possible in my life, I am now wedded to a husband of my choice, the church has graciously provided another accommodation for us, set up business for me and God has change my life for better”
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