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King Gushi, Aramide Going Strong At 17th Anniversary

 Many are still wondering what keeps their marriage intact, but what they don’t know is that the two are like 5 and 6. Back in their univer­sity days as undergraduates, crown Prince Saheed and charming Sekinat were best of lovers, which eventually culminated in blissful matri­mony, with beautiful kids to show for it. Even with many stories flying around from different quarters, the royal couple are still man and wife, 17 years running, getting set to mark two decades of un­blemished marital union. Though the goodness of any man is always noticed when he is celebrating a milestone, and to be successfully married

 for years is not an ordinary achievement; in this age of broken marriages among ce­lebrities.

But like Oba Saheed Ade­mola Elegushi, Kusenla III, the Elegushi of Ikateland, and his beautiful, stylish and drop-dead gorgeous wife, Ol­ori Sekinat Aramide (nee Ip­aye), it’s been 17 years since Nigeria’s most effervescent monarch, Oba ‘Gushi got married to his wife and the couple claims that they had never been happier with the effect journeyed from adoles­cence through adulthood. In the magical and very exclu­sive circuit of their love, ev­ery happenstance has been a wonderful experience. In many ways, the Oba Gushi’s love could indeed be likened to a tree; and that is because nothing could be more repre­sentative of their love than a beautiful, strong tree. Seven­teen years down the line, the bond keeps waxing stronger and the couple seems deter­mined to maintain that tempo of love. The union is blessed with three lovely children.

Source : https://www.independent.ng/king-gushi-aramide-going-strong-at-17th-anniversary/

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