What Happened To Deborah's Failed Marriage To Her Nigerian Husband

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The iconic South African gospel singer Deborah Frazer, began her started her faty career as a backup vocalist in 1985 and dropped her first album Abanye Bayombona, in 2000.

Her untimely death has left us shocked and left a gap which no one can fill. Sister Deborah died at the age of 56. May her soul find eternal peace.

Her family has requested "room to grieve and deal with the sudden loss of their beloved one," and other family related issues as memorial services and funeral arrangements.

Deborah Frazer was once been married to a Nigerian national, Sockey Okeke, a pastor.

What saddens about their marriage is that it didn't last long long since Sockey Okeke was reported to be aggressive to Deborah.

The iconic gospel singer accused his ex-husband of being physically abusive, a preacher for that matter, living in the same place was made impossible through his unbecoming deeds.

Deborah's husband was not even well-known and was allegedly in the spotlight because he was married to a well-known gospel singer, Deborah Frazer.

As a result, Sockey Okeke, the Nigerian preacher, disappeared from the media soon after the divorce, not much of him is known now.


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