Glitz & Glamour As NewsExtra Publisher Ties Knot With Heartrob - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS


Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Glitz & Glamour As NewsExtra Publisher Ties Knot With Heartrob

The New couple

ABEOKUTA - It was a memorable day for the family of Mr. and Mrs. Obadimu as their son, Adeyemi Adekunle Abiodun Obadimu tied the nuptial with his age-long fiancé, Olayemi Balikis Sanni last weekend in Ifo, Ogun state.

Prominent dignitaries who graced the Owambe Muslim wedding includes; the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele who was represented by Mrs Bolanle Aina, ex-House of Assembly candidate for Abeokuta South constituency II of Ogun State, Igbalaye Wasiu Ayodele, the president of National Association of Online Security Reporters, NAOSRE, Oyewale Femi.

Also in attendance were the Nigerian Guild of Investigative Journalists, NGIJ Vice President on Information and strategy, Bashorun Israel Bolaji, popular Ibile Lemi crooner, Okiki Bright, as well as top-notch journalists across Nigeria.

The family of Sanni entrusted Balikis, the bride into the hands of the groom’s family, the Obadimu of Egba descendant, during the wedding Nikkah held at Jam-bed multipurpose hall in Ifo local government of Ogun state.

During the traditional marriage, the couple received the blessings of their parents in the presence of family, friends, and well-wishers.

The groom, the Publisher of NewsExtra online Media was full of joy taking the wedding vow of 'till death do us part'.

The bride, Olayemi Balikis  an entrepreneur who graduated from Osun State College Of Education, where she studied Social studies/Yoruba has been versatile despite the economy disadvantage.

Veron, as the groom is fondly called by admirers and colleagues said he had always known he would marry ‘the love of his life’ since they met years ago. The immense wedding was a way of reiterating his love to her.

The couple described the marriage as a dream come true for them given the mutual love, respect, and understanding they have shared in previous years.

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