Gospel singer Moses Bliss is engaged “She said yes”

Written by on January 19, 2024

Renowned Nigerian gospel singer, Moses Bliss, ignited the internet on the morning of January 19th by announcing his engagement on Instagram. The news created a buzz across social media platforms, captivating the attention of his fans and followers. Bliss shared the joyous moment, providing a glimpse into this significant chapter of his life.

Sharing a series of pictures on his Instagram, he captioned it, “The Lord makes all things beautiful in his time.She said yes.”

The pictures showcased him holding the hand of his bride while highlighting the beautiful diamond engagement ring. Different celebrities have trooped to his comment section to congratulate him on this great feat.

Gospel singer Ebuka Songs stated, “They never saw it coming. Heartbreak is served in the presence of the Lord. Nobody should enter my DM.”

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Another celebrity known as SisiKemi congratulated him using some adorable love emojis.

Actress Eve Esin also stated, “In his time is the key word”.

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In the notable events of November 2023, Moses Bliss generated quite a buzz when Ekene Umenwa openly expressed her excitement during her wedding. Moses, surprising Ekene, witnessed an exuberant reaction from the bride, who, in sheer delight, temporarily left her husband’s side to warmly greet him. This unexpected encounter triggered disapproval among many Nigerians, who found the act of momentarily diverting attention from her husband inappropriate.

Fast forward to April 2023, Moses Bliss exhibited his benevolence by generously gifting three cars. The fortunate recipients included his newly signed talents and a loyal barber who had been a steadfast companion for nine years. Documenting this act of generosity on social media, Moses Bliss conveyed his belief that each recipient deserved not only the cars but more for their dedication and association with him.

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