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Lifestyle: Africa Sports Management CEO-Murum Divine ties knot Colorfully in Yaoundé

By Antonio B. In Yaoundé 

The Chief Executive Officer of Africa Sports Management has completed his matrimonial vows. Divive Murum sealed his Love for Ngeh Relindis during a religious service organised for the purpose in the Juvence Neighborhood in Yaoundé on Saturday 8 March 2023. 
Divine Murum and Wife Ngeh Relindis heading to Church 

Pastor Jean Jacques Ndoudoumou, and Bassa Murum of World Wide Church of God and Ndayi Joel Mpinda of Christian Restoration Center sealed the Union before God's people in a heavily attended service praying for the newly weds to live long and see their children's children. 

Present at the Church were well known football actors in the country, family and friends.
The icing on the cake was the wedding reception that held in one of Yaoundé's most popular events venue-Diplomat Hall. 

The two floor hall was full to capacity with much to eat and drink as the day's host Bakah Derick added value to every activity. 
Praying in Church 

In a very emotional manner, Murum literally brought tears of joy to everyone's eyes when he grabbed the micro to do a performance of George Benson's song; Nothing Gonna Change My Love for You, for his wife Relidis. She cried in return expressing how much love she has for a man they have spent quite a good portion of their lives together. 

Ngeh Demond and Pa Ngoun speaking on behalf of the bride and groom's families respectively expressed gratitude for all who spared time to make the moment memorable. They have wished the couple well in their marriage life. Delegations came from as far Babessi in Ngoketunjia Division of the North West Region of Cameroon representing their Fon for the bride's family.
 Divine Murum, Wife Ngeh Relindis and reception Host Bakah Derick 

Several groups including sports keep fit clubs, classmates, cultural groups amongst others gave a joyous touch to the wedding reception. 

Living together for some years now, the couple took their Union before God after being blessed with four children: three beautiful girls and a boy. The kids held the guests spellbound with musical performances to celebrate the parents... 


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