In life everyone has the right to make choices but there are some choice some people has made that has made people around them to ask why. The truth is that everyone knows what they want and they have the right to decide what is best for them, but as a public figure it is hard to keep your choices private.
We all know that in Catholic Church Reverend Fathers are not allowed to marry, we have seen young people who became Reverend Fathers and stay unmarried for their lifetime, but there are some Fathers who have resigned to get married and one of those people is Reverend Patrick Henry Edet.
Reverend Patrick Henry Edet was a dedicated Reverend father in a Catholic Church in Uyo in Akwa Ibom State before he fell in love with a beautiful lady named Mrs Iyene Patrick, he revealed that he does not want to break the rules of the Catholic Priesthood, because he really love Iyene so he decided to quit the Priesthood on August 2017.
After he quit the Priesthood he got married to Iyana on March 17 in the year 2018 and they have been living happily since then.
See some of their wedding photos below
A lot of people criticized him and made lots of negative comments against him, but the truth is that Patrick Henry Edet made his choice and he is happy with it. Today Patrick is happily married to his lovely wife and their Union is blessed with a daughter.
See more recent photos of Reverend Patrick Henry below
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