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Photos from Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s nephew, Laolu’s wedding

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s nephew, Laolu Osinbajo tied the nuptial knots with his heartthrob Sekemi Braithwaite on Saturday February 22.

The couple already held their traditional wedding on Thursday, February 20. Their white wedding ceremony was attended by their friends, family and loved ones including the Vice President.

Laolu’s cousin, Kiki Osinbajo who shared a photo from the wedding ceremony wrote;

Gained a sister today! So happy for you @laoluosinbajo she is everything you ever said You wanted in a wife. Although im going to miss you at home, stressing me out!!!!!! Love you both & God bless your home.

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“My husband did me a favour marrying me. He is my god” Love therapist, Angela Nwosu writes

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Angela Nwosu, a self-acclaimed love therapist, took to Instagram to refer to her husband as her “God” who “made” her.

She explained that she uses the capital “G” when referring to him as her “God” despite corrections from people because he saved her and did her a huge favour by marrying her.

She added that without him, her life would have been “entirely useless”.

She wrote:

My husband made me. My husband transformed my life. My husband saved me. My husband gave my life a meaning. My husband did me a huge favor by marrying me.

The universe knew I would be nothing without Nnaemeka Soundmind Austin My life would’ve been entirely useless, by now. I am the girl that proudly married a God. I was told not to use capital G to describe my God of a husband, but then, nobody knows why I call him God, so nobody has the right to tell me to stop. We all have our Gods, in different forms, I have mine, you have yours.

I keep thanking the universe and all the positive forces of nature that be, for blessing me with a God on earth. The God that I can not live without. The God that I would gladly give my life for, with a huge smile on my face.

I love you so much, Sound m. May the universe continue to protect what we have and keep you safe for me. It will forever be well with you, odogwu m.

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Heartbroken lesbian begs partner not to leave her (video)

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A heartbroken lesbian has been spotted in a viral video begging her partner not to leave her.

The Ghanaian lady who was seen kneeling down, reminded her partner of the car she bought her which solidifies her promise of doing anything for her. She added that she doesn’t understand why she’s quitting their relationship of 5 years.

She said;

“You said you need a car and I bought it for you. What have you seen in a man that you want to leave me for him? What does the man have?”

However after her partner insisted on leaving the relationship on grounds of being tired of the affair and wanting to get married to a man, the heartbroken lady began crying and said “I love you” intermittently.

Here is the video below;

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Gospel artiste, Wale Adenuga, knocks Governor Dapo Abiodun for making Laycon a youth ambassador and gifting him N5m and a three-bedroom bungalow

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Nigerian gospel artiste, Wale Adenuga, has knocked Ogun state governor, Dapo Abiodun, for making BBNaija season 5 winner, Laycon, a Youth Ambassador in the state.

Governor Abiodun hosted Laycon, an indigene of the state yesterday October 6 where he announced his appointment as a youth ambassador in the state. The governor also announced a cash gift of N5 million to Laycon as well as a three-bedroom bungalow.

In a post shared on his Instagram page this morning, award-winning singer, Wale Adenuga, said the governor’s decision is “disheartening”

”I’m totally disheartened by the Governor of Ogun state making the winner of #bbnaija an ambassador of the state, rewarding him further with cash and a house.

No thanks to you sir for further entrenching the sad narrative that we are a nation that rewards trivialities and mediocrity.

Our values keeps going to the dogs!” Adenuga wrote.

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