She made this known on Sunday, May 7 on her Facebook Page.
Helen Oritsejafor has for some time now relocated to the UK, fueling speculations that she may be having issues with her husband. But she has since denied the speculation insisting she has no problem with her marriage.
She has however maintained a strong online presence using the platform to preach and inspire people.
In the Facebook post, she wrote that she was one of the invited guests to the coronation party of the king. Along with the post are her pictures and that of the Mayor of where she lives in the UK. She however did not mention the name of the mayor
“Hello, Fam. So, I was invited to King Charles’s coronation party. With me above is the Mayor of our area. King Charles was made king yesterday and the coronation was epoch and colourful. Very significant indeed.
“With that in mind, Jesus said in Matthew 4:19 And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men. You are next in line. May God make you today as you follow Christ. May no man ever be able to unmake what God has made you and may you fulfill destiny in Jesus’ name.”
According to Wikipedia, “The coronation of Charles III and his wife, Camilla, as king and queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms, took place on 6 May 2023 at Westminster Abbey.
Charles acceded to the throne on 8 September 2022, upon the death of his mother, Elizabeth II.
“The ceremony was structured around an Anglican service of Holy Communion. It included Charles being anointed with holy oil, receiving the coronation regalia, and being crowned, emphasising his spiritual role and secular responsibilities.[a] Representatives of the Church of England and the British royal family declared their allegiance to him, and the people throughout the Commonwealth realms were invited to do so.
“Camilla was crowned in a shorter and simpler ceremony. After the service, members of the royal family travelled to Buckingham Palace in a state procession and appeared on the palace’s rear and front balconies. Charles and Camilla’s coronation service was altered from past British coronations to represent multiple faiths, cultures, and communities across the United Kingdom, and was shorter than Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953.”