Colleagues, fans, and followers celebrate with US-based Nollywood actor and filmmaker, Bamidele Ogundipe, also known as Jagaban, as he ties the knot officially with his wife.
Ogundipe announced the good news on his social media page, sharing photos from the court wedding.
He announced that they are officially married and have fulfilled part 2 out of 5.
Expressing his love to his wife and gratitude to God, he noted that the big day for the main event is coming.
He wrote,”And we sealed it officially!!! Part 2 out of 5. Isibamidele the wedding loading.Thank you lord!.I LOVE YOU MY WIFE ❤️😘. Big day loading”.
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In other news Waka music singer Salawa Abeni surprised fans as she unveiled her husband, Rasheed Adahunse, after keeping their marriage secret for four years.
Salawa Abeni revealed her husband during Mr. Adahunse’s birthday and retirement party at Eko Club last Sunday, where the couple celebrated his achievements and milestones.
Mr. Rasheed Adahunse, the Comptroller and Commandant of the Customs Training College, was honored by friends, family, and well-wishers at the event.
Salawa Abeni took this occasion to share the joy of their union after a four-year period in which the couple kept their marriage private.
A video on her Instagram page shows the singer, with a band, chanting the retired comptroller’s oriki
Her first husband was Lateef Adepoju, owner of Leaders Records, with whom she bore two children.
Abeni continued recording for Leaders until 1986 when she ended her relationship with the record label’s owner.
She married Kollington Ayinla and joined his record label, staying with him until 1994.
Mr Adahunse, the Asiwaju Adinni of Ijebu Isiwo, is the third man she is marrying.
The 62-year-old singer revealed when they met and how long she had been married to him in an interview with Kemiashefon blog.