Mercy Johnson got married: Photos

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NTB

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English no easy oh! It is considered one of the toughest languages to master... Don't worry, you are not alone....
Am not worried because if you had said something like, others might not feel the need to congratulate her because... rather you narrowed it down to you with the use of "I"
 

sidney

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Abeg oh, my own question is, Let's say roles were reversed, and Mercy J was set to wed Prince Odi, and then one Livinus shows up out of nowhere to say that he is still legally married to Mercy J, they have two kids together and so on and so forth, and with each passing day, more interesting details are revealed, and Mercy J's own rebuttals were not really convincing. Would Prince Odi have continued on with the wedding? Would he have met Mercy J. at the church altar? Not forgetting, say na for naija all of this dey happen oh. I truly wonder!
The interesting question is are marriages valid across countries...

So if someone marries Wendy here in the states, can they go back home and marry Uche legally? I mean legally in Nigeria? No does that mean, in the staties Wendy is the wife, but Nigeria Uche is?
 

sidney

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Am not worried because if you had said something like, others might not feel the need to congratulate her because... rather you narrowed it down to you with the use of "I"
Last try..... The word "suppose" means it should be taken as an example and not fact....

Suppose
to assume (something), as for the sake of argument or as part of a proposition or theory: Suppose the distance to be one mile.
My post:
Why? I don't wish her bad... I just may not see what there is to congratulate. Maybe I don't like the institution of marriage. Suppose I wish she married someone better? Or with less baggage... Would that be bad belle??
I used "maybe" and "suppose" and a hypothetical argument in my discussion with FM..... The only statement that is a direct indication of my feeling is "I just may not see what there is to congratulate". Even then I used "may" and never gave an exact reason why I may feel that way...
 
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The interesting question is are marriages valid across countries...

So if someone marries Wendy here in the states, can they go back home and marry Uche legally? I mean legally in Nigeria? No does that mean, in the staties Wendy is the wife, but Nigeria Uche is?
Apparently in Prince Odi's world it is :laugh:...so abeg, anybody wey don tire for im wife in one country should just jump ship to any other country and marry another...
 

sidney

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Apparently in Prince Odi's world it is :laugh:...so abeg, anybody wey don tire for im wife should just jump ship to Colombia and marry another...
But that means he can go anywhere in the world and legally say MJ is wife, EXCEPT, Canada? Heck those are good odds! They just won't plan any trips to Toronto! :laugh:
 

Supermom

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Personally I am disappointed she went through with the marriage with all the drama and controversies surrounding this so called Prince..I really can't understand why..and yes I believe she could have done better and gotten someone with less baggage...?. Marriage is crazy and challenging enough even without all this extra drama.........

Ok l do wish her well.....limping away



The interesting question is are marriages valid across countries...

So if someone marries Wendy here in the states, can they go back home and marry Uche legally? I mean legally in Nigeria? No does that mean, in the staties Wendy is the wife, but Nigeria Uche is?
 

NTB

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Last try..... The word "suppose" means it should be taken as an example and not fact....
you forgot to define "maybe"

Your statements were "suppose I... maybe I..." Who is the "I" referring to? FM said "people" and you personalized it with "I". You raised examples of why you might not see the need to congratulate her. I never said that they were fact unless you feel that way.
 

sidney

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you forgot to define "maybe"

Your statements were "suppose I... maybe I..." Who is the "I" referring to? FM said "people" and you personalized it with "I". You raised examples of why you might not see the need to congratulate her. I never said that they were fact unless you feel that way.
You are assuming that because I used myself as an example these are reasons I personally might have. It is simply incorrect.

It actually does not matter if I use myself or other people as an example in a hypothetical argument. It is still an example and cannot be taken as fact... The moment "suppose" was used, all statement subsequent are examples not specific to the person used as an example but the situation being discussed.

As you serious that you truly do not understand?
 

NTB

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You are assuming that because I used myself as an example these are reasons I personally might have. It is simply incorrect.

It actually does not matter if I use myself or other people as an example in a hypothetical argument. It is still an example and cannot be taken as fact... The moment "suppose" was used, all statement subsequent are examples not specific to the person used as an example but the situation being discussed.

As you serious that you truly do not understand?
really at the bold?
 

sidney

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you forgot to define "maybe"

Your statements were "suppose I... maybe I..." Who is the "I" referring to? FM said "people" and you personalized it with "I". You raised examples of why you might not see the need to congratulate her. I never said that they were fact unless you feel that way.
To go further, if I truly felt the reasons I mentioned I would have said so, specifically....

- I don't know Mercy or the Prince and could careless if they were married or not
- I have no fear of expressing my opinion. She does not know me and wouldn't care about my opinion in the first place, even if she did.
- I wouldn't spend 1 hour of my life, that I can never get back, explaining this to you, if I really felt it.

I think over my course of time here on NR, I am blunt and honest and would not spend a second telling you the opposite of what I feel.....
 

sidney

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#51
really at the bold?
This is back to the English lesson...Yes...... I can say....

Suppose I am Beyonce, I may want the world to know I am pregnant because I never thought I would be....

- I am not Beyonce
- I have never been, and can never be, pregnant
- I have no clue what Beyonce really thinks, or thought in the past...

EVERYTHING after "Suppose" is hypothetical....

Does this make sense now?
 

Mkgirl

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The interesting question is are marriages valid across countries...

So if someone marries Wendy here in the states, can they go back home and marry Uche legally? I mean legally in Nigeria? No does that mean, in the staties Wendy is the wife, but Nigeria Uche is?
Yep marriages are valid across countries, that's why thy "skipped" the court wedding because dude is still married to Lovely :)
 
#53
Yep marriages are valid across countries, that's why thy "skipped" the court wedding because dude is still married to Lovely :)
Oh ok, so she is just his 2nd wife...nothing wrong with that. Many Nigerian families are polygamous so....

Ehe, plis eh, worris going on with that Pastor's hair? That one na Jerry cois, abi na Soul glo?
 

Sola

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Yep marriages are valid across countries, that's why thy "skipped" the court wedding because dude is still married to Lovely :)
But there is a registry (think court) representative within the church before whom they sign, so it is still binding in court.
 

barbarellanoir

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Press Release:

After a successful and colourful traditional wedding of star actress Mercy Johnson and her heartthrob Odianose Okojie on Friday August 26, the couple further proved to the world that their love has triumphed as they proceeded to Christ Embassy Church on August 27, 2011 to further cement their relationship and the only place everybody in the metropolitan city of Lagos wanted to be on this fateful day, was this eventful wedding ceremony.

The groom looking dapper in an all white suit and dark shade, walked into the Christ Embassy auditorium flagged by his best man Kenneth Kadiri and grooms men. Shortly after, the congregation comprising family members, friends and some members of the press were on their feet as the Bride made a head turning entrance into the church. Mercy Johnson looking beautiful by all definitions in her all white figure accentuating yet flowing wedding gown, was flagged by her chief brides maid, the beautiful Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson and a star studded bridal train including Waje, Empress Njamah, Chika Ike, Qween Nwokoye and Goldie.

With Christ Embassy’s Pastor Ton Obiazi officiating, the wedding went on smoothly and saw the exchange of vows, rings and kisses amidst a lot of cheering from the crowd. After a lot of dancing and praising, the church wedding ended and all roads led to 10 Degrees Event Centre, the reception venue.

Once settled in the reception hall elegantly decorated by Royalandmarks, the guests were left in the hands of the MC of the event who happens to be the famous Nigerian comedian AY. He got everyone laughing and relaxed in few minutes after which he welcomed in the newly wedded couple.

The almost endless roll call of stars and dignitaries at Mercy Johnson’s wedding include, Genevieve Nnaji, Emeka Ike, Jim Iyke, Jim Iyke, Segun Arinze, Mike Ezuronye, Kenneth Okonkwo, Patience Ozokwo, Chinedu Ikedieze, Majid Mitchel, Fransis Duru, Dj Jimmy Jatt, Speaker of Edo State House of Assembly and many others.

Mulchies, Villa Sophia and Drinks Plus kept the mouths of the guests busy with mouth watering delicacies and cocktail drinks. The beautifully decorated cake, high enough to be seen from every angle of the hall was made by Cakes n Cream. Guests also could not help dancing as Ebony Band, kept everyone grooving all through the event. The heavy media coverage at the wedding was handled by Bigsam Media.

In a statement by her management firm, Bigsam Media, Mercy says thank you to all her fans, friends and colleagues who stood by her and came for the wedding.

The classy Mercy Johnson’s which left everyone who attended smiling and wishing the couple loads of marital bliss was put together by Royalandmarks.


Signed

Bigsam Media
@bolded...sweat:...pray for me, but the bolded comment made me think of this character

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjTNsEvOtSM...:1087:
 

sidney

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#58
Oh ok, so she is just his 2nd wife...nothing wrong with that. Many Nigerian families are polygamous so....

Ehe, plis eh, worris going on with that Pastor's hair? That one na Jerry cois, abi na Soul glo?
Hahahahahahaha!!!! Soooooouuuuuuuullllllllll Glloooooooooowwwwwwwwwwww!!!! :laugh:
 

sidney

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But there is a registry (think court) representative within the church before whom they sign, so it is still binding in court.
So is it binding like here in the US or only in Nigeria or only NOT binding in Canada? Dis ting dey still confuse me...
 
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