Congratulations are in order as gospel music minister Yinka Alaseyori and her husband welcome their second child, a girl, glamsquad reports.
READ ALSO: Veteran Gospel Singer, Ebenezer Obey Loses 48-yr-old Son, Olayinka
The joyous mother shared the delightful news online, announcing that it ended in praise for her.
“To God alone be all the glory. It ended in praise.”
Gospel music ministers, including Tope Alabi, Okopi Peterson, Onos Ariyo, Bukola Bekes, Tosin Bee, Beejay Sax, Laolu Gbenjo, to mention but a few, congratulated Yinka Alaseyori on the arrival of her baby girl.
Happy 6th Wedding Anniversary To Yinka Alaseyori & Her Husband
Glamsquad recalls that Yinka Alaseyori honoured her husband with a beautiful tribute on his birthday in October 2022.
The mother of two appreciated her husband for coming trhough when she needed him and always taking the backstage for her to shine for the family.
“Not only did you support me when we started the ministry but you believed in the vision and propelled me to start. You helped in getting most of these guys together 13years back. There are times you offend me, times we have our arguments, times I blame you for everything, times I cry because you didn’t support my decision, times I just let go and keep moving, and times you need me and am not available. Times you needed someone to talk to and am ministering elsewhere, times you endure so many things, my mouth sharp still na you go still dey calm for me. I will still blame you for not talking, times I sha want to start a fight.
“In all, thank you for being you and loving me as you do. I don’t have time for an epistle but make I drop this for you. You deserve more than this though. Normal me you no say I no go write anything than Happy Birthday but thank you for your sacrifice n spending much time with us. We love you babes.
“I know you would rather be backstage while I take the shine for everything our family and ministry represent, but on this special day of yours, I will tell the world how much you do and how involved you are even from distance. Thanks for pushing me when I need to be pushed. Thanks for being a proper support system. Thanks for being my brake system when I need to stop. Thanks for riding with me through the storms.
“You said our Journey wouldn’t be perfect, but through the help of God, we will always pull through, I believe you. I and the kids love you so very much.”