-Pastor Chris' daughter, Sharon, and her Ghanaian husband, Philip Frimpong, have welcomed a baby girl
- Frimpong announced the birth of the girl, their first child, with a photo on Instagram
- An excited Pastor Chris also shared a photo of his granddaughter on social media
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Pastor Chris Oyakhilome's daughter, Carissa Sharon, and her Ghanaian husband, Philip Frimpong, have welcomed their first child.
Frimpong announced the news of their childbirth on Thursday, April 29, 2021.
In a post on his Instagram page, the proud father shared a photo of the hand of the baby girl.
Captioning the photo, Frimpong revealed the name of the baby girl as Arielle Rachell-Marisse Frimpong.
Not long before, the official Facebook page of Pastor Chris' Christ Embassy church had also announced the birth of Arielle Frimpong.
The church's post shared a facial photo of the newborn among other photos from the wedding of Sharon and Philip.
The post quoted Pastor Chris as saying:
"So thrilled with boundless joy to welcome my new baby grand daughter, Arielle Rachelle-Marise. We’re all full of praise to the Lord for His priceless gift and grace through Sharon & Phil, parents of the newborn. Glory to God."
Following the news, many people have taken to social media to congratulate the couple on their baby.
Read their comments below:
"Congrats my brother."
"Oh my! What a blessing! Congratulations."
"This makes me smile .. congratulations."
"Daddy yo!! Congratulations bro."
The birth of Sharon and Philip's daughter comes almost three years after they got married in a plush wedding.
About three weeks after their wedding, it was widely reported that Sharon and Philip had held another wedding ceremony because the bride's mother could not attend the first one.
The wedding followed years of dating which resulted in a romantic proposal from Philip in December 2017.
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