Hate Carnality And Embrace Spirituality & You Will Never Fail-Trigmatic Says As He Outdoors His First Child With Beautiful Wife

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Musician and radio presenter, Trigmatic has christened his first child. The musician who got married sometime last year has shared photos from the ceremony and showed his gratitude to God for giving him Eden, the name of his first child.

Trigmatic got married to his longtime sweetheart, Dita Oduru Agyei sometime in March last year at a private location and year on, they’ve welcomed their first born.

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Trigmatic who’s happy to be a proud dad, advised his followers to fear God and love His work. He also asked them to get rid of the carnal mind and embrace spirituality.

The full post on his Instagram account read; “God gave you to me and to Him, I present you, Eden. My message for u as a father is that fear God and love His work. Things that shook me can’t shake u, in fact, will be far from you. think ahead and lead wherever you go. Hate Carnality and embrace spirituality. U will never fail. Mum and I love you so much but you are more of God than any of us. May the Lord reveal your true purpose to u at a very tender age. Be wise as Solomon and rule. Thanx @mrs__matic for this amazing gift. Photo credit by number one bro in law @nana_yeb. U rock! And @biglommoz_couture nailed costume”

 

 

 

 

 

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