Itsekiri Queen Ivie Emiko has celebrated the Olu of Warri on the occasion of their seventh wedding anniversary.
Olori Atuwatse took to Instagram on Monday to pray for the monarch as she shared pictures of their wedding.
She prayed that their marriage will be an example of God’s steadfast and unfailing love as a model for a godly marriage.
The queen prayed for more fruitful years with the king as she wished him a happy wedding anniversary.
She wrote: “Happy Wedding Anniversary @oluofwarri. Of the fresh dew of heaven And the scents of heaven’s gardens. Of the mix of beautifying oils and ointments. That the Bridegroom Himself Showers His attention and care on us as His own.
“As we come to this milestone, the Lord causes us to be signposts of renewal and restoration and strengthen the fibre of our marriage as a cornerstone immovable.
“That we may be a pattern and example to all in the kingdom (spiritual and natural) of God’s steadfast and unfailing love as a model for a godly marriage.
“The Lord calls our seeds blessed and seeds from our seeds. The Lord fences our union and preserves it for his gain. He takes delight in us as emissaries of the King and carries out His purpose through both of us.”
“To many more fruitful years with you. To years of joy, laughter and love. To years of grace, passion and intimacy, enabled by the Lord, enacted by the Spirit, ordained by the Father. Happy wedding anniversary, my king.”
The Olu of Warri and his wife got married on 15 November 2014.
Their white wedding held in London after their traditional wedding which held in Nigeria.
There were performances by Flavour, late Sir Victor Uwaifo, MC Galaxy, Kcee, Omawumi, and the surprise artiste for the couple was Davido.
The live music was by King Sunny Ade and Ebony live band. The MC was AY the comedian.