A commenter on the wedding post of John Kumuyi and Love Odih claims to be an eye witness to the wedding and that the photos have been unfairly and maliciously over analysed. Looking at the picture above, one may be tempted to agree, but could it be that by the time reception photos were taken, some of the make up had faded? Read the account and decide for yourself. (www.romancemeetslife.com)
As a friend of the couple, I can’t keep silent anymore. The picture being circulated is not what the bride looked like on the wedding day, it was digital altered to destroy the lives of the new couple and may you all be forgiven for the damage you caused the church of God and the new couple. As someone that attended the wedding, the pictures arousing such controversy looks nothing like the bride on her wedding day. (www.romancemeetslife.com)
No white-looking makeup or blush
No fake eye lash
No relaxed hair (blow drier & flat iron can do that! by the way, her hair is that long)
No colored eyebrow
No eye shadow
No ring on finger
You compare earlier pictures of a deeper life bride with a turban covered hair. In the Caribbean generally, the thick turban covering is associated with a satanic worship church. Can you imagine? No!! Ignorance is bliss. Is that what you want the new couple subjected to because of your lack of understanding? A joining that appears to be like under Satan because of hair covering as you understand it in your side of the world? God forbid!
If you want to accuse the bride of the gown, is it showing any body parts? I thought this was the idea of modesty. Let not thy nakedness be discovered.. Love is also not John's lover/heartthrob/girlfriend or any other careless language, these two were brought together led of The Lord though from thousand of miles apart and I'm sure they went through the deeper life church marriage committee process from their countries. (www.romancemeetslife.com)
I hope you feel guilty enough to stop all the lies and great damage you have caused a new couple trying to begin a life together hard school of marriage, and added to that has to live with scrutiny on a public scale, all influenced by lies and doctored images from the haters.. Let each man run their own Christian race, not with eye service or an envious mind.
Congrats to the new couple and may God soothe the irreparable damage caused by online social media (www.romancemeetslife.com)
P.s there are so many other good things online about Love Odih, not just some fabricated and baseless scandal
There is indeed quite a bit about Love Odih online. I found more pictures of her that show she does groom her brows, uses makeup, straightens her hair, may use wigs, etc. All of which I think any woman is entitled to choose to do. But while she may not be your typical Deeper Life woman - her father, Bishop Augustine Odih, is overall pastor for the Deeper Life Bible Church in Jamaica, and director for the Deeper Life Bible Schools there - she is a very accomplished woman. (www.romancemeetslife.com)
Below is Love Odih's Bio at the website of Rattray Patterson Rattray, where she is an attorney.
Born: Calabar, Nigeria
Admitted: 2012, Jamaica
Education: Norman Manley Law School (Legal Education Certificate of Merit) 2012; University of London (LL.B, Hons) 2010; University of the West Indies (B.A. Hons. History, Criminology) 2007
Language: English and Spanish
Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Commercial litigation; Contract; Personal Injury
Recipient: The Norman Manley Law School Certificate of Merit -2012 ; The Norman Manley Law School Principal’s Roll of Honour–2010/2011-2011/2012; The Professor Stephen C. Vasciannie Scholarship 2012; The Council of Legal Education- Principal’s Special Prize – for students who received straight A’s in 2011 or 2012 ; The Andrea Gabrielle Lloyd Memorial Prize 2012; The Raphael Codlin Prize for Most Outstanding students over two years -2012; The Council of Legal Education-Special Mooting Prize - World Human Rights Moot Court Competition Prize ( Pretoria, South Africa) 2012; Winner of UN-OCHR World Human Rights Moot Court Competition & 3rd Place Best Oralist award- 2011; The University of the West Indies- Award for Excellence in Service & Leadership 2007.)