Netizens React After Emmy Kosgei Said This About Her Husband
By Sophy795 | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 6241 views
Emmy Kosgei is a famous Kenyan gospel artist. She is happily married to apostle Anselm Madubuko from Nigeria. They have been married for seven years.
On her instagram account she shared a photo of her with her handsome husband. On her caption she talked about how loving his husband is. Have a look at the post she shared.
She referred to the husband as king while she was the queen. This is because of how apostle Anselm always handle her with care as if she was a queen. Have a look at their beautiful photos.
Upon seeing her post, Netizens made different reactions as majority of them acknowledged their beautiful couple. They also pointed out that she was lucky and they would be grateful if God would grant them a good husband as hers. Check out on their reactions on social media.
Apart from that, they refered to them as one of the most powerful couple that they have ever come across.
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