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[Photos] Zimbabwean TV Star Weds Nigerian Lover In Calabar, Cross Rivers. (Video)


Over the weekend, 33 year old Zimbabwean Actress, model and TV personality Vimbai Mutinhiri exchanged the marital vows with her lover, Andrew Ekpenyong in Calabar, Cross River State.

The love birds did not allow the Coronavirus lockdown in the Nation stop them from having their court wedding!

Clarifying that the wedding had constrained physical participants, brother to the groom and Cross Rivers state minister of Finance, Asuquo Ekpenyong said:

“loved ones saw the function by means of video conferencing”

Also sharing photos from the court wedding, Vimbai wrote:

What shall I render to Jehovah, for He has done so very much for me ♥️🙏🏾😇 . Part 1 / Court Registry done ✅ – social distancing compliant, but you know we had to add our touch to it 😁 (while we watch and wait for the coast to clear for us to have the dream celebrations we spent months planning) Thank you to all who have shared their words of encouragement, their prayers and their well wishes!! We are so grateful to be blessed with so much love


In another post, she wrote:

If only tears could speak, these ones would tell such a powerful story of how no matter what – God has a plan! Only He knows how a girl from Harare, ended up in the loving arms of a Prince in Calabar. The journey has been colorful and eventful, but by His grace we are ushered into a new chapter. What a testimony – that in every story – JEHOVAH has the final say 😇 .

ForeverYong2020 Part 1 #CourtRegistry

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From Bad to Worst: Fans react to Iyabo Ojo’s upcoming Wedding with Dino Melaye. [Nigeria]


Coming after reports of Iyabo Ojo and Dino Melaye’s alleged up and coming marriage spread like wild fire, fans and followers of the actress have taken to social media to react to the reports.

They reportedly got engaged late last year when she added the ‘olori’ title to her Instagram profile page and have concluded plans on their upcoming wedding spearheaded by Canada based actress Lola Alao who brought them together.

While some people believe the single mother of two is making a big mistake, Others think she is after his money.

SeetPrincess wrote: “I pity her , i have serious pity for her , the beating she will receive is loading . From one bad marriage to another .”


Gibson wrote: “Engaged to money and not to the man”

VV348 wrote: “I pity her jare! he might not even marry her and incase you’re in doubt,find out all he did with his ex fiancee alero and still didn’t marry her.”



[Nigeria] Lagos Church conduct first online wedding amid COVID-19 outbreak.

A church in Lagos has conducted its first online wedding ceremony amid the coronavirus lockdown.

Nigeria currently has 782 confirmed cases of the virus and major cities are currently on lockdown in order to contain the spread.

Many have had their wedding, birthday and other plans postponed/disrupted by the virus, but Lagos couple, Yinka and Demola found a way to get things done.

The couple who are members of Harvesters church in Lekki Lagos, got married online and they had several guests join in.

The head pastor of the church, shared a lovely photo of the couple and wrote ;

Our first zoom wedding @harvestersLekki !
Congratulations to Yinka and Demola !
Wish them success !

There was no social distancing in this kiss oh ?
Do we call them zoom couples ?
Where will the honey moon be zoom or ?


Timi Dakolo celebrate Wedding Anniversary with wife, Busola.

Singer Timi Dakolo has taken to social media to celebrates his wedding anniversary with his wife Busola Dakolo which he almost forgot due to coronavirus.

Timi Dakolo shared a picture showing him and his wife in native attire to celebrate their in n blessed with three kids.

He wrote: “Happy wedding to Timi Dakolo and Busola Dakolo,Many more beautiful years to you guys.This corona season is making a brother Forget many . Oh I am timi Dakolo sef(see what I am saying?)Happy anniversary to Us”.

It may be recalled that Timi Dakolo emerged winner of the inaugural season of Idols West Africa in 2007. Accompanying his victory was a recording contract with Sony BMG, in addition to other prizes.


Seyi Law celebrate 9th wedding anniversary with wife.

Nigerian Comedian, Seyi Law and his wife Ebere, are celebrating their 9th wedding anniversary today March 27.

The comedian shared the above photo of himself, his wife and their daughter, Tiwa, on his Instagram page and wrote;

“It’s 9 years and we are still counting.
She said, “I love your confidence on stage” 13 years.
I got beautiful Yes when I proposed 11 years ago.
I almost made her Lord of the rings for 2 years.
We walked down the aisle exactly 9 years ago.
Happy 9th Wedding Anniversary to Us.
It’s been God through it all.
Thanks for sharing our joy always.
EBYLAW 2011 now SST 2020 (STACY, SEYI, TIWA)


“Before you complain of the Arsenal tracksuit. It is significant. It means despite our losses, the things we are yet to attain, we count our winnings and blessings, hopeful for a better tomorrow and the loyalty to stay with each other. TIWALOLUWA is a beautiful blessing beyond the losses.””



Ganduje, Kyari, Dangote & Masari Grace IGP, Adamu Son’s Wedding. {Photos}

Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of Kano state, was among the dignitaries that graced the wedding fatiha of Hassan, son of Muhammad Adamu, inspector general of police.

The IGP’s son tied the knot with Summayya Goje, his bride, on Saturday, in Abuja.

Other dignitaries in attendance at the wedding ceremony are Abba Kyari, chief of staff to President Muhammadu Buhari; Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man; and Aminu Masari, governor of Katsina state.


Secondary school mate married after dating for 2 weeks.

…students of Rhodes High School in South Africa.

Two students who are in love reportedly got married on March 4, 2020 and the internet has gone wild over it.

According to reports, the yet-to-be identified lovers are students of Rhodes High School in South Africa.

They were reportedly together for two weeks before tying the nuptial knot.

The story was shared via a post by a Twitter user identified as @Yeyethu_Baballo, who also released photos of the two student couples.

In one of the photos, they cold be seen signing what is believed to be court documents, while the other photo shows the young man holding up the supposed marriage document.

Checkout the post below:

Rhodes students got married today after being together for 2 weeks. pic.twitter.com/xzoSii91f7

— I am Xhosa. Yithi Sisi. (@Yeyethu_Baballo) March 4, 2020


I started robbing to fund my wedding – 20-year-old suspect

One of three suspected armed robbers arrested by the police in the Dambam Local Government Area of Bauchi State, Shehu Abdullahi, has confessed that he was planning to use his share of the proceeds to get married.

Abdullahi, 20, in an interview with Northern City News, while being paraded at the Bauchi State Police Command on Wednesday, said he initially didn’t want to be a part of the gang but his friend convinced him otherwise.

He claimed that it was his first time of participating in such an act before he was arrested by the police.

He said, “I was brought to the police headquarters because of an armed robbery operation that we did. Yes, I am an armed robber, but I have never done it before; this is my first time.

“I was at home when Dan Jauro called me that I should come and join them to go for a robbery, but I told him that I had never done it before. He begged me to just come that they needed people to participate in it. I told him that I was scared, but he encouraged me to just come.

“Before I went there, they had bought everything needed for the robbery. When I got there, they had started bringing out the logs of wood to the road when I got there.

“When we blocked the road, one car came and we stopped it. The driver came out and Dan Jauro dragged one of the women out of the car. We asked all of them to come down and we collected all their handsets and belongings. Some of us opened the boot of the car and took out three boxes and four bags.”

Asked what he was going to do with his share of the money, he said, “Honestly, I wanted to marry and I did not have the money. I wanted to use it to marry.”

The Bauchi State Commissioner of Police, Philip Maku, said the suspects and seven others still at large were behind a robbery whose video went viral.

“The suspects conspired with seven others now at large on February 18, 2020, barricaded the Kano-Maiduguri Highway with heavy logs of wood and attacked a salon vehicle,” he stated.

The CP added that several exhibits were recovered from them, including a Dane gun, a double-barrelled Dane gun, seven sticks, six axes, six machetes, six knives, 10 charms, some fabricated bullets and one ATM card bearing, Godwin Adie, among others.


BBNaija: Nina’s wedding photos (See..)

BBNaija star Nina confirms Her Marriage With Official Photos From The Ceremony

Apart from updating her bio on Instagram to display her new name “Mrs A”, Big Brother Naija star, Nina Ivy has also shared photos from her introduction ceremony to her undisclosed fiancée.

We reported earlier that the former BBNaija housemate wedded on Saturday February 15th, in a traditionally marriage ceremony to her man, Mr A.

Though he wasn’t present at the wedding, Mr A’s mother and other family members were in attendance. Nina shared more photos from her big day and also announced her new name, Mrs A.

Today I Traditionally Wedded The Love Of My Life ..
Latest mrs.


Marriage isn’t an achievement – Mercy Aigbe speaks after second marriage

Mercy Aigbe who has been married twice is of the opinion that marriage is overrated.

The now single actress , who got separated from her husband, Lanre Gentry, in 2018, amidst allegations of domestic violence, said mothers usually brought up women to take whatever their partners did to them, all because they wanted to stay married.

While narrating her marital ordeal via her Youtube channel, Ms Aigbe said, “Our mothers brought us up, as women, to take whatever our partners do to us. They tell us to take it because we want to remain in a man’s house. To me, it is not an achievement. Let’s just say as it is– marriage is overrated. It takes two people to make it work; it’s not just about the women. But, everybody keeps heaping all the responsibilities on the woman. That shouldn’t be.”

Describing how she was assaulted, Aigbe said, “The first time the slap came, it felt like I was dreaming. I wasn’t expecting it and I was shocked beyond words. I didn’t know it was going to happen but it happened. The begging would then come after that. Once a man raises his hand to hit you, he is going to do it over and again. However, because it was my second attempt (at marriage), I was ready to make it work, even with all the violence. I was there hoping and praying. I just wanted a happy home.

“The incident that broke the camel’s back was the one where I almost died. The beating was horrible. People often say actresses don’t want to remain married. Who told them that? (You think) being a celebrity doesn’t make me human? Does (being a celebrity) mean I don’t want to have a happy home? They say actresses are promiscuous but promiscuity is not (the exclusive preserve of) any profession. When mine (break-up) happened, it wasn’t easy because I am a celebrity. I read a lot of things online. Some people even said I made it up. But, nobody can dictate to me how to live my life.”
The actress also noted that religion doesn’t encourage women to speak up when they are assaulted by their husbands. She added, “I have been through domestic violence and I came out strong. I would love to see the end of domestic violence in society. It wasn’t easy for me because society always shames one. Everybody believes if one is experiencing domestic violence, one has to be patient as a woman and take it all to remain in one’s husband’s house. A lot of people have lost their lives as a result of domestic violence. And religion is not helping. An assaulted woman could go to her pastor and the cleric would say, ‘Oh madam, you need to keep praying’. Is it until she loses her life?”


How I offered 20 cows to be married – Singer, Yemi Alade

Nigerian pop singer, Yemi Alade, has revealed that a masai (from a tribe in Kenya) offered 20 cows for her hand in marriage.

The 30-year-old revealed this on Instagram on Friday when she posted a photo of herself in Maasai attire.

She revealed that a Masai had offered 20 cows for her hand in marriage, but was discouraged by his friend who said the singer was ‘fat and can’t build houses’.

“A Masai Offered Me 20 cows For My hand in Marriage, but his friend said that I am fat😂😂😂 and I can’t build houses!😂😂” she wrote.

Yemi Alade went on to share some facts about the Masai, “The first and oldest wife’s house is usually the first followed by the second wife’s and the others respectively…”


Corps members got married in NYSC khaki {Photos}

Two serving corps members in Kano have tied the knot months after the met during their orientation program in the state.

The couple Mohammed Alhaji Musa and Hauwa Yahaya Bagudu both met during the 2019 Batch ‘A’ Orientation Course, where they reportedly fell in love with each other.

A post shared on NYSC Official Forum reads:

The ancient city of Kano stood still today when two serving Corps Members, Mohammed Alhaji
Musa and Hauwa Yahaya Bagudu exchanged marital vows.

The new couple met at NYSC Kano State Orientation Camp in Kusallah Dam Karaye during the 2019 Batch ‘A’ Orientation Course.

NYSC Kano State Coordinator, Malam Baba Ladan, who led other NYSC Staff and Corps Members to the wedding reception which took place at Nigeria Air Force Base in Kano, commended the new couple for maintaing their relationship which blossomed into marriage.

He also praised them for fulfilling one of the objectives of the NYSC Scheme which is to achieve national unity and integration.

The Coordinator used the ocassion to appeal to other Corps Members to build relationships that would bring good memories in the future.

See photos here;


See how hushpuppi spray dollars in Davido brother’s wedding (video & photos)

It was a glamorous event as Davido’s brother Adewale Adeleke and Kani holds their white wedding in Abu Dhabi, UAE’s capital.

A lot of celebrities graced the event, as the wedding took another dimension as billionaire, Hushppuppi sprayed hundred dollar bills to celebrate the couple.




Just how looking pretty Chioma was to Davido brother’s wedding [Photos] ..

Chioma Avril, the fiancee of Nigerian singer David Adeleke has shared photos of her outfit as she steps out with her husbnd’s family for the wedding ceremony of her brother in-law, Adewale Adeleke.

The wedding is one of the most talked about on the internet at the moment. Davido is set to be his brother’s Best man was also recorded dressing up the groom on his big day.

See photos of Chioma’s outfit below;


Davido, chioma, son flies to Dubai for brother’s wedding ..

Singer and proud father, Davido has been spotted in a private jet, with Chioma and their son as they head to Dubai for his Brother’s wedding.

Davido and his family are heading to Dubai for his brother’s wedding scheduled for February 2nd. Chioma was seen carrying Ifeanyi as they both looked away from the camera.

Sharing a photo, he wrote:

“Dubai ✈️✈️✈️ #Adekani”


My husband’s bride price can’t afford me – Bride clears ..

“I don’t view the Bride Price as me being paid for… Geoffrey can’t afford me,” says Angela, a British-born Ghanaian describing a family tradition common across Sub-Saharan Africa.

“Instead I like the idea that my fiancé and his side are thinking about me as a treasure coming into their family.”

Bride Price is when the family of the groom pay their future in-laws at the start of their marriage.

The payment can be made up of money, presents, or a mixture of both. It’s sometimes paid in one go, but instalments aren’t uncommon. It’s also practised widely in Thailand, China, and Papua New Guinea.

For Angela it’s all part of accepting her roots.

“Africans are proud of being Africans, you know. There was a time where it wasn’t necessarily the coolest thing to be African. Now, you see this great embrace of the African culture.”

Her now-husband Geoffrey, who is also a British-born Ghanaian, describes it as a token of appreciation for the bride’s family.

“Anything significantly more than a tokenistic gesture risks undermining the process as well, because then it actually gives meaning to the word Bride Price.”

‘You are not for sale, no-one can buy you’
A week before their legal ceremony, Geoffrey and Angela celebrated their traditional Ghanaian wedding.

It’s during this ceremony that the Bride Price – a collection of money and gifts – was presented to Angela’s family.

But the couple decided to modify the tradition slightly: “The Bride Price that is given is actually going to be gifted back to us as a couple.

“My mum has been super transparent with me and from the very beginning she’s always said ‘You are not for sale, no-one can buy you’.”

The cost of the Bride Price varies significantly. Geoffrey says: “It was fairly modest – in the hundreds.”

But Derby-based husband and wife, Blessing and Chelsea, chose to approach things differently.

Blessing, who is originally from Zimbabwe, says he took a second job to pay for the Bride Price: “I’ll just say roughly, it’s enough to put a deposit on a mortgage for a UK property.”

Initially, Chelsea was reluctant to go ahead with a traditional wedding because her dad had passed away.

“I was like… who’s gonna take the money? Because it’s mainly supposed to be about your dad and your mum. And it just didn’t feel right for me.”

But Blessing convinced his wife to go ahead and, despite the large sum of money he paid, he believes paying the Bride Price was beneficial.

If he hadn’t paid the Bride Price he says he wouldn’t have been able to approach his wife’s family.

It’s not clear exactly when Bride Price became common in Africa. But in many countries, it predates cash.

Historically, the tradition varied depending on country and culture.

Evelyn Schiller campaigned against Bride Price in Uganda. She believes the focus of the tradition has changed over the past three generations.

“Look at today, what the gifts look like. They are monetary, and that is where the word price comes from. It is no longer a bridal gift. It has become a Bride Price.”

In 2015 The Supreme Court in Uganda ruled that Bride Price should be optional but, if a couple gets divorced, claiming for a refund is illegal. Support for Bride Price continues in Uganda because it is seen as a way to cement relations between communities.

‘Black British have a culture of our own now’
British-born Nigerian podcaster, Tolly T, has questioned whether the tradition of Bride Price would work for her: “Ultimately… it’s giving me money for my child. It feels very ownership like.”

The co-presenter of the Receipts Podcast believes that tradition encourages value to be placed on the material accomplishments of women: “It’s a self-esteem thing, for example, “I’m not worth this because I didn’t go to uni”, or “I don’t earn this amount of money”.”

“And ultimately what does that have to do with me being a good wife?”

“I do think a lot of us millennials, like black British or black, Nigerian British, or whatever, we are a culture of our own now,” she adds.

“We’re taking bits that we want from being African and taking bits from being British as well. So we’ve created this subculture where we question things, and then we do it if it makes sense for us.”


Pre-wedding shots of Actress Anita Joseph

It is no longer News that controversial actress and mum of one, Anita Joseph will be exchanging the marital vow with her lover, MC Fish on the 14th of February, 2020, that is the Valentine’s day.

Sharing a first set of their prewedding photos, moments ago on Instagram.

Anita Joseph wrote:

“The moment I laid my eyes on you my world changed…
All I could see was beauty around me ..
All I felt was pure bliss…
Thank you for Loving me and protecting me 🤸‍♀️
You believe in me even when I doubt my self 👍

You give me the strength to go on
Because of you this world is a better place
Because of you am a better Woman
You are the stars in my sky and the sun to my world ❤️
Am on Cloud nine every time am with you 🙈
And the baby in me comes out🥂
Thank you for been You you a good Man (my gee)

May JEHOVAH ELOHIM bless you and
What ever you touch turns to Gold may you know no pain nor Sorrow…
Your paths are blessed your legs are sanctified
The LORD is your Protection … in JESUS NAME AMEN🙏
I Love you my King 👑I really do LOVE YOU 🤸‍♀️
What ever you were telling me here I love it. “


After what I’ve tasted, Nigerian women not my taste – 26 year old said

Sulaiman Babayero Isa, a 26-year-old Nigerian, says he cannot love a woman from his country of origin again after his experience with Jeanine Delsky, his 46-year-old lover from the United States.

Isa and Delsky recently made headlines when the latter touched down at Kano airport last week to finally meet the Nigerian whom she met on Instagram — a year ago — to conclude plans for their marriage.

The two love birds would then depart Nigeria for America, where they hope to start a new family, after their marriage expected to take place around March.

According to BBC Pidgin, the Kano-born Isa, who already appeared overwhelmed by the growing bond between them, said he cannot marry a Nigerian woman again.

According to him, Nigerian women do not understand the basics of true love, noting their love is often tied to perceived benefits in the man they want to marry or be in a relationship with.

“The truth is that our women don’t know what true love means, it is either they see something or they have plans of getting something from you. But if a white woman boldly tells you she loves you, she means it from the depth of her heart,” he said.

Isa, a fresh secondary school graduate and a barber, stated he was afraid after being invited by operatives of the Department of State Services (DSS) and hisbah, following media reports on his relationship with Delsky.

He however, stated his fears disappeared upon discovering that such invitation was merely to advise him and not to grill him as early anticipated.

He went on to explain how the love journey between the two started, stressing the relationship between them shows true love still exists on social media. Isa also urged others to also try their luck.

“We met after I started to follow her on Instagram and started liking her pictures whenever she makes a post. After a while, I discovered some Yahoo boys were trying to swindle her,” he said.

“Sensing this, I sent her a message, telling her to ignore them and that got her attracted to me and she immediately considered me to be an honest person. That was her first attraction to me.

“This was followed by frequent chats, video calls and all that which accumulated to the present bond between us now.”

Isa noted since Delsky arrived Kano to meet his family, the two had not passed the night in a room, adding his family has approved of the marriage between them.

“We don’t sleep in the same room. I do stay with her till night before I tell her good night. People have even started to complain about our open display of affection for another such as holding hands and hugging each other. So imagine what now happens when we start sleeping together in the same room,” he said.

“After our wedding coming up by March by God’s grace, we are heading for the US immediately where I intend to get a job and continue my school because I only had my secondary education. I also hope to get a football team which I can play for.”

Relishing finally meeting with Isa, the mother of two expressed her happiness visiting Africa for the first time and the fact that his family has agreed to the union.

“I have met his family members, more than 100 of them and I am happy they have all agreed that we can get married. Many of them are yet to see a white woman before, so they do play with my hair and sometimes touch my hand,” she said.

Desky, who works at Afgghani restaurant in California, stated she would be traveling back to America next month before returning for their wedding in March.


Buhari’s second wedding Faker, kabiru gets 3 years imprisonment

Kabiru Muhammad, the alleged mastermind of President Buhari’s fake wedding to a second wife has been arraigned before a Kano Magistrate court.

The suspect was arraigned by the DSS before the court on Tuesday January 14, on a two-count charge of defamation and injurious falsehood contrary to section 392 and 393 of the Kano Panel Code.

Kabiru is currently facing three years imprisonment without fines if found guilty of the charges. It is also speculated that securing the jail sentence will serve as a warning to other social media users.