Lilian Esoro & Husband Ubi Franklin Reconcile For Child Dedication At Revival Assembly Church

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July 24, 2017 – Lilian Esoro & Husband Ubi Franklin Reunite For Child Dedication At Revival Assembly Church [PHOTOS]

Nollywood actress Lilian Esoro and her husband Ubi Franklin are finally back together! Well, this is the only thing we can say about this cute couple whose separation hit us in the face last year before their first year anniversary.

The couple who never really came out to give reasons for their separation like other couples have been spotted together on different occasions. Even though the rings that bound them on the aisle left their fingers long ago, their son remain a great bond in their lives that constantly throw them at each other.

Just last week, they came together to celebrate Jayden’s first birthday looking the part of a happy and loving parent.

If that was for the camera, their child’s dedication yesterday sealed the deal and we can happily hope that these two beautiful people have finally made their peace just like some of their colleagues with similar issues!

Although Lilian is still not a fan of sharing photos of herself with hubby on her pages, Ubi happily does it in her behalf, splashing photos endlessly on his own page.

See their lovely photos from the dedication at Revival Assembly!

[Credit: Gold Myne TV]

7 thoughts on “Lilian Esoro & Husband Ubi Franklin Reconcile For Child Dedication At Revival Assembly Church

  1. Ubi na that Davido brother wey was loss when he small. See his face and you are know say na Davido brother.

  2. JUST POSING FOR THE CAMERA TO CELEBRATE THE DEDICATION OR REAL UNIFICATION?STAY OFF SOCIAL MEDIA ,QUIT FAKE LIVES AND ENJOY YOUR MARRIAGE OR LEARN THE HARD WAY..

  3. Make your relationship work. Your son is too young not to have both of his parents in his life. Keep family busy bodies out of your private lives. Husband, love your wife, protect her interests and don’t expose or discuss her shortcomings with your parents, relatives or friends. Reprimand her in the privacy of your home (without third parties present). Wife, listen to your husband, obey, respect and honor him. Above all, pray together at least once daily and make Christ the head of your household. It shall be well with you.

    • Lola O, you have just said it all and I seriously wish they will read your comment and heed to your sincere and heart-felt advice. Thank you.

    • Sweetheart, I love your comments and pray that God will bless you and your family in Jesus mighty name. Very good advises and hope they read these stories. God bless you Lola O

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