Sensational Nigerian gospel musician, Mercy Chinwo has finally officiated her marriage with her husband, Pastor Blessed Uzochikwa.

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This comes hortly after the singer shared some pre-wedding photos of herself and her lovely husband as they prepared to legally settle down as husband and wife.

This sparked a lot of reactions on social media as many congratulated the singer and her husband on their new journey.

A few also warned the husband of Mercy Chinwo never to subject her to any kind of torture or abuse just as the Nigerian musician, Osinachi Nwachukwu suffered from her husband before dying.

Well, the couple have finally officiated their relationship as they legally tie the knot to settle down as husband and wife. Mercy Chinwo took to her social media to share beautiful photos of the whole event.

She wrote; Legally Hitched❤😍❤ To God be the Glory 🙌🙌🙌 Great things He has done❤🤣❤💃 Forever to go with you Sweet @theofficialblessed ❤

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In other news, Nigerian musician, Princess Wonda real name Princess Funmilola Fisher has also expressed her sentiments about the influx of complaints made by female entertainers of being harassed by male creatives or industry players.

A number of female creatives in the entertainment industry have complained of being sexually harassed by some male industry players in exchange for favors that would elevate their entertainment brands.

Some claim that some male industry players mostly request for sexual favors in exchange for an assistance they would render to them that would help their craft.

Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM with Andy Dosty on the Daybreak Hitz segment, Princess Wonda stated that there are two ways by which female creatives can get their requests granted by male industry players.

According to her, it is either the female entertainer makes the offer to please the sexual fantasies of her benefactor in exchange for his assistance or they pay them money for their services.

Either ways, she believes that the decision is to be made by the female entertainer and not necessarily blaming the men for asking for such favors.