TV couple, Isaac and Nneka Moses who are co-presenters of Goge Africa celebrated 19 years of marriage recently. And to mark the anniversary, the couple who had their first child, Kamara, in 2012 have now talked about how they overcame against all odds.
How did he propose marriage to you?
How did you cope with the challenge of infertility for 12 years?
Moses: No! Marriage is not strictly about having a baby. It’s about relationship, companionship and along the line, babies come sometimes, and sometimes, they didn’t. There are lots of people that have children but no happy home or good relationship, but ours is not like that. We’ve lived together in peace, hoping that God will one day answer us, and He has always been there for us. I think the idea is that it takes time before God answers prayers because a lot of people are demanding for one thing or the other. Only Him knows the appropriate time.
What’s your advice to couples who are looking unto God for such favour?
Moses: Just trust in God because when all things fail, God never fails. So, I will say they should put their trust in God and I am sure He will do their wishes.
Why did you name him Kamara?
Kamara is an Igbo name and it means God knows best.