Finally Anita Officially Divorces Husband Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

After much speculations hovering the internet concerning the divorce of the two overseers of the Believers Love World Inc, lawyers to Pastor Anita have said that she has finalized her divorce to her husband Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.

The divorce was said to have been finalized on February 8. It was also gathered that she has dropped the name Oyakhilome from her name. At the moment, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome the General Overseer of the Believers Love World Inc., also known as Christ Embassy has not released any statement on this.

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Anita had Filed for divorce in Suit No FD14D01650 on April 9, 2014 at Divorce Section A, Central Family Court, First Avenue House, High Holborn, London, UK. Anita had said, through her lawyers, Attwaters Jameson Hill Solicitors, that the marriage should be dissolved on the basis of “unreasonable behaviour” and “adultery” (inappropriate relationships with members of staff), which Oyakhilome continued to deny, and branded the allegations “crazy” and “stupid”.

”I heard that some media houses – especially in Nigeria – are writing some things against me. All sorts of frivolous charges, that’s crazy,” he had said in September during a service.

Subsequently, their marital crisis got messier as both Anita’s lawyers and Oyakhilome’s issued statements that suggested gross damages to their relationship. In the following months, word about the suit for their separation broke out with lots of gossips and speculations flooding the internet on the issue and Anita making plenty accusations.

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However, she has recently made an announcement of her divorce through her solicitors.

“We have been requested by Anita Oyakhilome to confirm that on the 8th February 2016 a decree absolute was pronounced in the High Court of Justice Principal Registry of the Family Division dissolving her marriage to Christian Onehirokpeana Oyakhilome,” a statement, published on the United Kingdom-based law firm’s website read.

Quite perturbing, be sure to get more updates from us should there be any.