When people refer to themselves or other people as LUCKIEST, most especially in their marital journey, it really means a lot. And oftentimes, in this context the word “LUCKIEST” is packed full with lot of coded messages of winnings, victories and sailing above all unforseen marital turbulence and challenges together as truly committed life partners.
Staying committed to one another in marital journey particularly in trying times is far more powerful than anything money or riches can buy. Thus in this context, both parties, are considered LUCKIEST.
What Yetunde, the delectable and kind hearted wife of Nigerian Hip Hop singer, Idris Abudikarim has done to save him from the state of hopelessness, has proven to the world that there is still what is called ‘togetherness’ in marriages as opposed this generation’s warp mindedness about what marital commitments should be like.
Yetunde has not only set the standard for how other married women like her should love and respect their husbands, as commanded in all Scriptural injunctions by most religions, she has also etched his name to be on the Roll Call of LUCKIEST husbands that has ever lived.
When she took that decision to donate one of her kidneys to save her ailing husband’s life, I know most of her family members must have kicked against it. And when she’s hell bent with the kidney donation, I’m sure they would have thought she was under some sort of spell.
But what most of these ‘third parties” don’t know is, marriage is such a powerful spiritual bond and only a wise woman in it, can act with wisdom even when all the chips are down in the marriage. Yetunde is such a wise woman, who’s fully in charge of her marital destiny.
She could have absconded and blamed everything on Idris reckless lifestyle, being a musician but she didn’t. Rather, she sticks to her vows to never forsake the man whom she sworn to love and cherish for the rest of her life, to just waste away right before her eyes like many ladies of today could have done should they find themselves in such dilemma.
Yetunde we celebrate your bravery as a rare breed of woman of courage in this time and age.
We pray that your sacrifice for your husband will yield more blissful fruits in your home. God bless you more. You are indeed a queen and more.