Is This The New Bride? Meet the Female Pastor Who Replaced Pastor Anita Oyakhilome On Rhapsody Of Realities
The name of Rev. Anita and her picture have finally been removed from Christ Embassy’s number one devotional, Rhapsody of Realities, a publication she co-authors with her husband, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.
Before now, there have been stories that her name has been removed from the daily devotional, however reports gathered indicates that it is only the October edition that her name and pictures were removed.
Before the latest development, her picture and that of her husband, Chris, adorned the front cover but it is now Chris Oyakhilome alone, and the back page that usually had the couple’s pictures has equally been edited, with no trace of Pastor Anita’s picture in the whole book from page 1 to page 31.
Among the reasons said to have been raised in the on going divorce issue is that of Rhapsody of Realities. While we cannot adduce a reason for the removal of her name and picture from the daily devotional, the issue has however raised some questions needing answers.
The new October edition of the Rhapsody of Realities, which is a special edition specifically dedicated to celebrating Nigeria’s Independence (Independence Edition) is already out and given free to church worshippers and non-worshippers alike. The book is sold in over 42 countries of the world and its translated into over 402 languages.
This took effect from the October edition which is already out among members. However, what may interest many who have been following the story of their crashed marriage is the fact there is a highly respected female church member, a Pastor precisely, who now plays a very key role in the Believers’ LoveWorld Nation, an umbrella body that is in charge of the publication of Rhapsody of Realities.
The lady at the helm of the affairs is Miss Yemisi Kudehinbu, a name that rings a bell among every Christ Embassy Church Member, on account of how visible and prominent she is, concerning the church affairs.
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