Saturday, 22 August 2015

Ajimobi's Daughter, Ajibola's Traditional Wedding Pics Held Yesterday

The much-talked about wedding of Ajibola, the daughter of Oyo state Governor, Abiola ‎Ajimobi and wife Florence to her heartrob, Ayokunle Olayiwola was held at the Casalusio Events centre, located at Toll Gate area in Ibadan today.

The beautiful bride is one of the petite daughters of the Oyo State Governor who also share a striking semblance with their mother.

The traditional wedding started at about 12 noon and as at that time guests from both families were already on ground.
The groom is the son of late Samuel Adekunle Ajayi, while his mum is Yeye Omotola Ajayi of Ikole Ekiti.
True to general expectations, the event was classy in all ramifications. It was coordinated by No Surprises Events, owned by Funmi Okigbo. It would be recalled that she was the one that took charge of Bella Adenuga’s wedding few years back.
Ogo Asemota solely brought the fresh flowers used for the decor. The fresh flowers alone reportedly gulped several millions.
Sara o was in charge of sitting arrangements and other forms of decor. The arrangement was a Lounge Setting all through and the venue was arranged to seat over 1200 guests.
Expected of a wedding of the child of a serving governor in Nigeria, all the best hands in the events business took charge. From the food to drinks, which was served by Bonix, to fingerfoods. Akin and his Shuga Band performed while Olamide and Davido did side performances that lasted hours. The colour dictate was pink on pink and all the women looked all gorgeous in their outfit.
Journalists Barred From Covering The Event
Journalists were all barred from entering the venue of the wedding for coverage.
One of the early attendees at the event was the Alafin Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi.
He came into the venue with his son, Hon. Akeem Adeyemi (Skimeh) who is a member of the House of Representatives. After some minutes, Alaafin left with his large entourage of chiefs. Sources told CityScoop he left because there was no provision for his chiefs.



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