Jerry Eze, the founder and president of Streams of Joy International, says he met Eno Ebele, his wife when she was 17 years old.


Ebele turned a year older on Thursday. To mark the occasion, the cleric took to his Instagram page to lavish his wife with praises.

“To the little girl I met at 17 who has blossomed to a virtuous woman,” he wrote.

“To the young Christian I knew who has grown to become a fireful vessel in the hands of God. To the shy girl I met who has grown to be a pillar of confidence and boldness.


“Who would not love a woman like you? Onye Oma m from way back, a million words cannot describe all that I have in my heart but on this special day of yours I pray may history be kind to you.

“May posterity remember you with joy. Our children – biological and spiritual all over the world will call you blessed.”


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Eze and Ebele have been married for over 16 years. The couple have two children together.


In 2022, the cleric recounted how his marriage almost crashed. Eze described the period of his marital crisis as “our illumination period”.

The pastor said his wife eventually realised his real personality “when she came full circle”.

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