Guardian Angel, Esther Musila tie the knot
Gospel singer Audiphaxed Peter Omwaka aka Guardian Angel is officially off the market. This is after he tied the knot with his girlfriend Esther Musila on January 4, 2022, in a ceremony that was attended by close friends and family.
Taking to social media, Guardian was ecstatic that he got married on his birthday and Esther, on her part, described him as ‘something she had never imagined.
“To find someone as special as you out of all the people in the world is something I never imagined.
Let's do this life together.
“Today I married my best friend,” she wrote.
Photos that surfaced online showed Guardian donning a cream suit while the bride wore a flowing gown of a similar color for their big day.
“When I met Guardian, I was not looking for love, I was not looking to be in a relationship. How things started to change, I only say it’s God. When I was turning 50 I said to God, ‘I want to do things differently in my life and he has given me more than I asked for,” she said in part.
Guardian is never shy to display his love for Esther and at one time he revealed that the mother of three has brought him nothing but hope, love and prosperity adding that she made him believe true love exists.
“I was empty, you filled up the space. I was incomplete, you completed me. I almost gave up on my career, you came into my life when a lot of things were falling apart but within a short while, you transformed everything and brought my life into a beautiful shape. Since the first day I fell in love with you, I have always been confident that you are the one. I am proud I chose you. You have made me believe that there is true love. It is amazing how you love me. I can go on and, on my love, but for now, let me wish you blessings. Rada yako itazidi kubadilika. A year older, a year closer to my heart. I love you so much,” he wrote.
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