The wife of one of the powerful pastors in Florence Obinim has caused a stir after revealing what makes her love her husband dearly despite several criticisms from the general public. Surprisingly to everyone, Florence made mention of one of the top Highlife musicians in Ghana whose musician makes her catch feelings. According to the gospel musician, love songs do a lot to her in her marriage especially Daddy Lumba’s songs.
The gospel musician has noted that she enjoys love songs very much and she actually catches some strong feelings when listening to those romantic songs.
In a video sighted on the internet, the wife of Bishop Obinim who is also a big-time gospel musician went on to sing one of the popular songs from Lumba noting that the song is an electrifying one.
She stated that the song makes her falls in love over and over with her husband Obinim, and when people are saying all sorts of bad things about him, she keeps loving him the more.
Florence Obinim further has made a very loud statement that it’s not a sin to listen to love songs that she listens to gospel, love songs and other genres from different musicians and try to learn them.
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