“My happy place” – Gospel singer, Tim Godfrey writes as he shares lovely Wedding Photos with his wife, Erica

“My happy place” - Gospel singer, Tim Godfrey writes as he shares lovely Wedding Photos with his wife, Erica

Popular Nigerian gospel singer, Tim Godfrey, has tied the knot with his heartthrob Erica.

“My happy place” - Gospel singer, Tim Godfrey writes as he shares lovely Wedding Photos with his wife, Erica

The Nara crooner took to his Instagram page to share beautiful photos from his wedding that was held over the weekend. The couple got married on Saturday, April 23, 2022, after their engagement on Valentine’s Day.

Sharing adorable photos from the ceremony, Tim Godfrey described his wife as his happy place and said that he’s grateful to be on the journey of forever with her.

“Mr & Mrs Godfrey. Have you seen the evidence of God’s promises in my life? @ericakatrina_ You’re my Happy Place! You’re #Mystillwaters and I’m glad to be doing forever with you. I’m super elated because God has proven Himself in many areas. I am Blessed.

“I’ll like to say “THANK YOU” to every single person that showed up for us in Love, kind, Prayers, and present on our Big Day! We pray God’s avalanche of blessings rest and abide with you”, he wrote.

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“My happy place” - Gospel singer, Tim Godfrey writes as he shares lovely Wedding Photos with his wife, Erica

“My happy place” - Gospel singer, Tim Godfrey writes as he shares lovely Wedding Photos with his wife, Erica

“My happy place” - Gospel singer, Tim Godfrey writes as he shares lovely Wedding Photos with his wife, Erica

In other news, superstar Gospel Singer, Tim Godfrey has narrated how he attempted suicide when he was younger due to hardship as a ‘houseboy’.

The singer revealed in an interview with The Sun that he had very humble beginnings and had to become a houseboy by the age of 12.

When he was asked his most embarrassing moment working as a houseboy, he said ;

“Working as a houseboy was not an embarrassing experience but a painful one. I was always beaten and abused. There was nothing fun about the experience. I was flogged until I bled. I never stole and was not disobedient but it was not a good experience. I remember one day I ran away from my master’s house and I almost committed suicide.

I was like ‘this life is not worth it. If I go back to my parents, this man will come for me again, because that was about the fourth time I was running away from his house’. It was a nightmare staying with him. I couldn’t watch television, listen to radio or play around with friends.

I was just there washing, cleaning and sweeping. I became a houseboy at the age of 12 due to crippling poverty.”

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