Apostle Osayi Orome is the founder and leader of the Remnant Christian Network. He is, and will remain one of the most powerful men of God. Recently a video of him describing how he met his wife, Dinah Osayi surfaced online. According to him, he was a virgin when he married at the age of 31. One excerpt from his narration that received massive from his audience was the statement that his proposal was unromantic.
"I got married at the age of 31, a virgin. The woman I married is the only woman I knew. When I proposed to her, her parent did not accept for five years and I never threaten her that I would leave her, in fact God spoke to me but when I came to propose to her I did not tell her God spoke to me, I said I came to marry but say no that was how I propose to her. My proposal was not romantic at all. I came to marry but say no. Then I wonder how do you say yes to such a man. Many years later ask my wife why did you even say yes to my proposal. "
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