Gospel singer Gloria Muliro announces marriage to American pastor: Finally finally, my autumn wedding in New York

Gospel singer Gloria Muliro announces marriage to American pastor: Finally finally, my autumn wedding in New York

  • “Finally finally, my autumn wedding in NEW York," Gloria captioned a photo of herself standing beside her husband. 
  • The gospel musician, who has kept her relationship under wraps for over five years,  stood tall, her trim figure decked in a white, off-shoulder wedding gown. 
  • Her husband Evans Sabwami is an American citizen and pastor. He also dabbles in engineering and graphic art. 

Award-winning songstress Gloria Muliro tied the knot in a colorful wedding in New York, on Saturday, six years after she parted ways with her music producer husband, Eric Omba. 

“Finally finally, my autumn wedding in NEW York," Gloria captioned a photo of herself standing beside her husband. 

The gospel musician, who has kept her relationship under wraps for over five years,  stood tall, her trim figure decked in a white, off-shoulder wedding gown. 

Her husband Evans Sabwami who is an American citizen and pastor besides dabbling in engineering and graphic art, also brought his sartorial A-game forward, rocking a blue jacket, a white shirt and black dress shoes.  

Kenyans in their numbers trooped to the comment section, with an outpouring of congratulatory messages to the newlyweds. 

"Wow, glory be to God," fellow singer Size 8 wrote. 

While actress Jacky Vike said: You look so beautiful my sister, I'm so happy for you, congratulations. 

"Hongerations Gloria, and you look so gorgeous ... eish," Kenyan gospel musician, Mercy Masika said. 

In 2015, Gloria split with her first husband pastor Eric Omba Miko over claims of infidelity. 

10 months after the split, the gospel singer said she had finally found peace after collecting herself back together.

Speaking on KTN’s Sunday programme, Tukuza, Gloria said “I remember one time when I prayed and asked God to remind me what peace feels like. For me having this peace, having the joy of the Lord and finding myself is enough. I had totally lost myself. I have found and collected myself back together.”

Gloria confirmed in the interview that her first marriage with Pastor Omba was  riddled  with mistreatment. 

“It has been a challenge and a learning process. I have learnt a lot of lessons! One of the things that I appreciate and never take for granted is peace,” she said, adding: “In this life, people pass through a lot! All in all, God is good – you can see his manifestation in me.”

Gloria further revealed that she never gave up, she put all her energy into the marriage so that it would not fail.

“For me as woman and wife; I was dedicated and determined to make it (marriage) work. I am not saying I tried my best; I did my all best!”

Gloria revealed that she was even happier for going through the ordeal.

“For anyone who is going through a situation and feels like he is losing hope or things are not working out, try God. When you have favor with God, you have it.”