Moses Bliss assures wife following court wedding

Written by on February 28, 2024

Nigerian singer Moses Bliss and his Ghanaian wife, Marie Wiseborn, officially tied the knot. After announcing their engagement in January, they legally wed at the Federal Marriage Registry on February 27th, 2024.

Moses Bliss shared photos and clips of their union, expressing his joy at becoming a married man and praising his wife, whom he called his personal gift from God. With gratitude to their creator, he declared their civil wedding complete, affirming in another post that theirs would be a forever blissful union.

Moses Bliss and wife court wedding

“Civil wedding done! it’s official, I’m legally married to my personal gift from God @mariewiseborn

Lord, we are grateful for helping us this far”.


“This is F O V E V E R B L I S S 🤍♾️

We’re so joyful we’re legally married”.

Numerous celebrities, including Nancy Isime, Warri Pikin, Uche Elendu, Osas Ighodaro, Kaffy, Lola Magret, Jide Awobona, and Charles Okocha, took to his comment section to congratulate the newly married couple.

Moses Bliss and wife court wedding

Hours before their civil wedding, Moses Bliss and his fiancée, Marie Wiseborn, captivated their fans with stunning pre-wedding photos. Moses expressed his love for Marie, calling her his safe haven and source of peace.

On January 19th, headlines buzzed with news of Moses Bliss’s engagement to a Ghanaian lady, a testament to God’s perfect timing. Sharing proposal photos, he reflected on the beauty of divine timing.


Moses Bliss shared the unique story of meeting Marie Wiseborn through Instagram. Marie reciprocated his affection, seeing him as a precious gift from God.

Although the couple kept their wedding plans private, an unwelcome revelation from a man disclosed the date and location, sparking frustration from the singer.


Moses pleaded with the man to respect their privacy by removing the private invitation card. However, the man argued that the singer’s public exposure warranted publicizing his wedding as well.

Recently, former Delta State Governor’s media aide, Ossai Ovie Success, criticized Moses for sharing photos of him cuddling Marie, who was called to the bar on Valentine’s Day, deeming it unchristian.


Ossai emphasized the Christian principle against premarital intimacy, urging Moses to uphold moral standards as a gospel singer.


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