Celebrations as abducted Plateau bride weds a day after regaining her freedom
Zephaniah Kosom The bride who was allegedly abducted in Plateau state has tied the knot with her man, after regaining her freedom.
It would be recalled that Farmatof Paul was kidnapped from her pastor’s house in Ngyong community of Bokkos Local Government Area of Plateau State, on Sunday, January 2, few hours to her wedding slated for Monday, January 3.
She regained her freedom on Monday night and the wedding was held on Tuesday, January 4.
Friends and family members have taken to Facebook to celebrate the couple on their successful wedding despite obstacles they encountered.
“Nothing the Lord can’t do. My friend we are together in every tick and thine. Fixed date 03/01/2022. But God’s own date 04/01/2022. Thank you all for your calls, show of concern. To Mr & Mrs. Kosom Zaph’s wishing your home heaven on Earth…2022 is an open door for you in Jesus name.” one Emmanuella Mafwalal wrote.
“God is indeed great as he’s made this day a successful and a memorable one, in him is not found an abandoned project, he does not start a good work and leaves it undone, despite obstacles and challenges faced, he still chose to prove that he is God over man, writes Mallam Joshua.
“Congratulations Farmatof Blessing Paul and Paul Zephaniah Kosom Bokkos. May God bless your home and establish it in righteousness and many fold of his blessings be upon you now and beyond, amen.”