Singer Kcee and wife celebrate

Popular Nigerian singer, Kingsley Chinweike Okonkwo, better known as Kcee, and his wife, Ijeoma, are celebrating their 13th wedding anniversary today, April 26.

Ijeoma, who tied the knot with the indigenous singer in 2010, took to her official Instagram page to celebrate the milestone.

She posted a goofy video of them doing a photoshoot at a studio and thanked God for preserving their marriage.

Singer Kcee and wife celebrate

The couple wore matching black outfits in the video as they played and laughed together during the photoshoot.

Ijeoma wrote,

“13 years of GOD’S GRACE…

GOD to you be all the GLORY

Happy anniversary to us 💖💖”

Fans and followers of the couple have trooped to the comment section to celebrate them on their anniversary.

Watch the clip below,

A while back, Kcee opened up on why his bond with his brother, E-Money still remains strong.

The singer said that he and E-Money always support one another when speaking about the relationship between him and his brother in an interview with The Nation.

In addition to saying that they’ve never argued, Kcee also said that if himself and E-Money were unruly about women, it would have put strain on their relationship.

He said;

“I can’t say any particular thing is the secret but the fact is that we share this undivided bond as brothers who support each other. Don’t forget he started out as my manager.
“We have never had a fight, never, like we are even worried. We have never fought. We know our boundaries and have never crossed them. Like when we were younger and my brothers says hi to any girl, that is it, I will never say hi to that same girl again, I can never be your friend. If I or my brother tries to ask a girl out. It’s over for the other person.
“So the truth is if myself and my brother were that loose, maybe women would have come in-between us. I can boldly say we are the definition of real brotherhood, we’ve never fought and I am proud of saying that, like we’ve never fought. I don’t know what will happen in the future but we pray everyday that we don’t experience it but we’ve never fought.”

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