The news making the rounds on the media showed an IG note written by her husband Skillz on the page of the #HalleluyahChallenge initiator, Nathaniel Bassey which reads:
“Amen, Amen, Amen. God, I receive your wonderful news in praise. To God be the Glory, you will be called a mother by your beautiful miraculous twins @funkejenifaakindele my queen and wonderful mother of my children to be. God bless you @nathanielblow.”
It can be recalled that the founder of Mountain of Blessing and Miracle Church of Christ, Dr Olagorioye Faleyimu had said the actress may never have children in this lifetime unless she is prayerful enough to break the yoke of barrenness. Such was a prophet of doom that sparked public outrage and criticism over what people deemed a negative prophecy.
Shortly after, her husband Skillz launched a prayer and praise section to counter such and he quote:
“As you have given me peace, I pray that you will forever find peace. As you bring joy to so many. I pray that joy will never depart from your side. Your children shall fill our home. We’ll grow old together and reap the fruits of our labour.
“May you never have cause to cry. Laughter is your portion. From my mouth. From my mouth to God’s ears and Amen so shall it be in your life. No evil prophecy will come to pass in your generation.”
Meanwhile, Funke has taken to her Instagram page to apologise to her teeming fans for the pirating of the DVD of her popular TV show, Jenifa’s Diary, assuring them that the relevant authorities have been reached to clamp down on the culprits.
The pirated copies of Jenifa’s Diary,” is said to contain new episodes that have not been released leading to contradictions with the original DVD, which her team have released earlier. According to the 39-year old, her production team is “currently working with the relevant authorities to combat piracy at this scale and ensure this never happens again.
Funke Akindele thanked her fans for their love and support.