Peter Okoye of PSquare gets hitched!

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Peter-Okoye-weds-Lola-Omotayo-The-couple-wedded-on-November-17-2013-copyWord has it that Peter Okoye, one half of PSquare had the “wedding of the year” that brought Lagos to a standstill. Peter got married to his long time girlfriend and baby mama of two Lola Omotayo in a traditional wedding this past Sunday (17th of November) at the Ark Event Center in Lagos.

The wedding was a big deal. In attendance, was the who’s who in the Nigerian entertainment industry and not to forget the richest man and woman in the whole of Africa Aliko Dangote and Folorunsho Alakija respectively.

Also in attendance were other Nigerian celebrities like Emmanuel Adebayor,Genevieve Nnaji, Victor osuagwu, Klint the Drunk,  DJ Zeez , Kanu Nwankwo, Bracket, Artquake, Don Jazzy, T-Billz, Lambogini,  Kanayo O. Kanayo, Mike Ezeruonye, , DJ Jimmy Jatt, Skuki,   Chinedu Ikedieze,  Funke Akindele, Timaya, Sunny Irabor, Steel, Ali Baba, J Martins, Manni, Sheyman, May D, M.I., Uti Nwachukwu and a host of others.

Performances at the wedding was like a full concert as the guests were entertained by the likes of Nigerian music celebrities in attendace Flavour, KCEE, Iyanya, Banky W, Tiwa Savage, J Martins, Phyno, M.I, Lynxxx, Ice Prince and Naeto C. Paul Okoye also sang a special acapella for the newly wed couple.

Love was definitely in the air and Peter told his new wife ‘I am very excited today because I am getting married to a very wonderful woman. She is a very strong woman who has stuck by me through it all. I know she will make me a happy man’.

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  • Booloom

    A small correction. Kenya will not lose US$1.2 billion if it does not sign EPAs. The correct position is that, Kenya will lose the preference margin that current regime offers, when it is forced to revert to the Generalised System of Preferences (GSPs). I hope the Kenyan negotiators have crunched the numbers on this so that they can be better prepared should the EAC not sign EPAs. Incidentally, it is possible, from an economic point of view to offset the preferential margin loses with improved efficiency in the logistics of horticultural exports. So, from a political economy point of view, Kenya does have options as it stands together with the rest of the EAC.

  • Moureen Taka

    congratulations to the newly weds

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