She graced the occasion with her husband, Joe Egbu and their beautiful daughter, Rhoda.
The gospel singer welcomed her daughter, late last year.
It was a beautiful moment for Rhoda, as she met with great Men of God.
Joy Oyedepo, daughter of the founder of Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo married her heartthrob, Abimbola Abodunrin on Saturday, August 22.
The wedding procession kicked off with the traditional wedding, which held on the 21st of August.
The church wedding took place at the Covenant University Chapel, inside the almost 5,000 acres (20 km2) of land which also house the headquarters of Winners’ Chapel.
In other news, the Nigerian gospel artist recently made the list of 100 most influential African women.
She joined the likes of Linda Ikeji, Okonjo Iweala, Ifeyinwa Ugochukwu of Tony Elumelu Foundation, Uche Pedro of Bella Naija and others who have been on the list before the recent update.
The list was compiled by Avance Media, and these women were drawn from 34 African countries with their respective contribution to the development of Africa being considered.
However, Nigerian women recorded the most representation this year as they topped the list with 20 appearances. South Africa and Ghana made up the top three with 11 and 9 women leaders respectively.
This is the first time gospel artiste, Sinach, is making this list, in the entertainment category.
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