In this world of fashion and beauty, it is easy to be found at the wrong side of fashionista craze and that is why, a young woman of God, whose choice of dresses glorifies God must be celebrated any day.
It has become a common sight to see many young ladies selling off their bodies and its accompanying shapes, but it takes a woman of great conviction to keep her body decently clothed and rather, showing off her intelligence, kindheartedness and submissiveness.
Meet Dr. Otabil's daughter who got married a few years down the lane and currently, is an ordained minister of the gospel and from her pictures seen online, she is one decent fashionista.
Dr. Mensa Otabil's daughter, Nhyira Otabil is indeed a beautiful wife, mother, lady pastor, theologian, and an intellectual. What many may have not known is the fact that, she has a very inspiring fashion sense, which qualifies her easily as a fashionista.
She holds a first degree from the Oral Roberts University and a Masters also in Theology, from the renowned Fuller Theological Seminary and is currently finalizing his PhD degree. Currently, she and the husband pastors the ICGC Cornerstone Church, that they planted, whiles she also lectures full time and is the Deputy Director at the Daniel's Institute, an empowering and pastoral preparation school, stared by the ICGC Church, to be the center, for churning out ministers to spearhead the church's massive church planting campaigns.
Pastor Nhyira Otabil, may be very critical of what she wears all the time and this is inspiring to the hundreds of young students and couples, who throng their youth themed services around GIMPA Junction, where they are impacting the next generation to become spiritually alive and also, as social change agents
Even more inspiring is the fact that, she attaches much discipline and decency to her dress codes. Unlike many who think that, a lady with a high fashion sense should show more skin and probably naked, she clearly shows us otherwise.
In fact, she is a perfect example of beauty with wisdom, decency and glory. Her sense of fashion goes to advance the course of the faith, she professes and is actively involved in. If you are reading this and you have developed an affinity for mini-skirts and other more skin showing dresses, please be inspired by her and tow this line of decent dressing.
Unfortunately, many ladies are eager to break the internet in these days of Instagram, by showing awkward pics but this example is refreshing. whereas the former appeals to men with their bodies entirely, Pastor Nhyira Otabil says that, ones attraction cannot be limited to that, but even more.
It is on this note we share this. Kindly share as well, to help her advance the call for decent dressing amongst the youth in Ghana. We cant allow many young girls to go the wary of indecency which has its negative consequences like rape, abuse, disrespect of womanhood, etc.
Pastor Nhyira Otabil, looks beautiful and her choice of dresses and its combinations shows class, awesomeness and beauty and we all can only show some love for her decency. See pics:
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