Embattled pastor 'may have reconciled' with estranged wife, Anita Oyakhilome

Pulse.ng reached out to Christ Embassy via a telephone conversation and church officials refused to divulge any information concerning the supposed reconciliation

Latest reports suggests that embattled founder of Christ Embassy, Chris Oyakhilome may have settled his differences with his wife, Anita Oyakhilome and are back together again.

According to sources, Pastor Chris and Anita were seen together at a reunion service, hugging and holding hands.

Pastor Anita had filed for divorce in April 2014 on the grounds of adultery, a claim which was immediately squashed by Pastor Chris and his lawyers.

A Facebook user who attends Christ Embassy had uploaded a photo on his page with a caption which read " Thank You Jesus. Glory!", supporting the claim that the popular pastor and his wife are back on track and have chosen to mend their marriage.

However, when Pulse.ng reached out to Christ Embassy via a telephone conversation,  the church officials refused to divulge any information concerning the supposed reconciliation.

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