Ibadan agog as Adekunle Bewaji picks wife today

Ace independent broadcaster, Bewaji Adekunle, will today drag celebrities and society bigwigs to Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, as he gets married to his lover, Princess Adenike Adebisi. The wedding has been the talk of the town for weeks as it was gathered that the broadcaster would leave no stone unturned to welcome home his long time lover.

Bewaji, as he’s fondly called, has weathered the storm in the media industry in the last few years but like a cat with nine lives, the popular broadcaster has emerged as one of the popular voices on radio in the South West as his empowerment programmes for the needy have further endeared him to many.

The broadcaster, popular among celebrities in the movie industry, had been rumoured to be in a sizzling relationship with a top Lagos socialite but information gathered by R suggested that Bewaji may have found the love of his life outside the movie industry.

The solemnization which will hold at AK16 hall, Akala Expressway, New Garage, Ibadan will attract top shots in the broadcast industry such as Kola Olootu, Prophet Sam Ojo, Prophetess Mary Olubori, Femi Solar, Adegbodu Twins, Mr Latin, Fathia Williams, Gboyega Lawal and Babatunde Saheed also known as Mr Sports.



FLICKERS: Nigerian Army: Timelines Of Lies And A Million Skulls In Ogun’s Shrine
THE Yoruba anticipate the fate of Mrs. Aishat Mohammed. Aftermath the murders, horrendous plunder and arson on the city of Lagos about two weeks ago, Mohammed was one of the captives of the law. Or lawlessness. Gagged like sardines in a can among about 500 persons paraded and labeled culprits of the spillover from that notorious Black Tuesday, Mrs. Mohammed’s tale was gripping, grisly but a Nigerian everyday encounter. From her narrative…

#EndSARS: After The ‘Powerless Masses’ Spoke
What has the country’s political leadership learnt from the EndSARS protests that rocked the nation and drew global attention to Nigerians’ sufferings and mis-governance of their country? KUNLE ODEREMI reports on the take-away from the EndSARS protest and the attendant fallouts, amid public suspense on government’s…

#EndSARS: How Nigeria Lost Trillions Despite Warning
IT has emerged that the #EndSARS protest which snowballed into a major cycle of crises could have been avoided, had Nigerian authorities heeded the prediction of international researchers carried out months back. Both the federal and state governments are still counting the enormous losses in destruction to public and private investments during the protests, which have been projected to be in trillions of…

Restructure Nigeria Now Or Risk Break-Up — Southern Leaders Tell Buhari Again 
AS agitations for the restructuring of the country continue to take the front burner, some southern leaders on Saturday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to consider the 2014 National Conference report to save the country from an impending break-up, saying the country is currently bleeding on all…

You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. AcceptRead More