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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Wedding Engagement Photos Of Tosin Saraki And Prince Adeniyi Olatunde Olukoya

Soft spoken,publicity shy Tosin,the first fruit of Senate President Bukola Saraki and Toyin Ojora.Saraki got Engaged to Prince Adeniyi Olukoya yesterday October 28th ...
The engagement ceremony was attended by all the big wigs in the political and social circle....



Tosin and Prince Niyi (middle)with the the Senate President and his wife Toyin










31 comments:

  1. Fashola looked so happy





    Charitybino

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    1. Shade Okoya's top is everything.

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  2. Is that the 50m naira lace ajumobi bought in Switzerland?

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    1. Are you kidding me? Wetin you mean?



      *Larry was here*

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    2. 50min 4 only lace or they bought d factory?

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  3. Why is the mother dressed like the bride

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    1. I wonder too oo. Even her beads are more pronounced that the bride's. How do you try to overshadow your own child on her day. Oga ooo.

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    2. Was wondering too. Almost hard to differentiate as they even look alike sef

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    3. Overshadow who? You don't know Yoruba tradition. In Yoruba tradition, coral beads signify royal lineage. The mother of the bride signifies her joy by the weight of her ancient coral beads, a young bride cannot bear the same weight of beads that a mature married woman can bear. The bride is wearing the beads her mother wore on her own traditional wedding, while the mother of the bride is wearing the coral that her own mother wore. Royal traditions. You should have seen the coral the bride's grandmother wore, one of a kind.

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    4. Truly, a single bead and jewelry would have been appropriate. BTW, the bride looks like her mama

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    5. In other news, the meeting of wizards at the coven!
      Igbimo awon eleye

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    6. Truly, a single string of coral beads are for teenagers, unless there are not enough beads in the family.

      Truly, only witches talk about wizards and covens, how is your broomstick? @uberhaute

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  4. In politics no permanent enemy, see them

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    1. Abi o! See "lie" Mohammed and "common sense" Bruce clinging on each other like twins. So all those jibes they throw at each other in pages of newspapers are "the more you look the less you see". Isorait!

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  5. @shade hiv tins.

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    1. Errrmmm anonymous 14:40 what do you mean by this your comment !!

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  6. Mama's carbon copy..
    Wedding of life

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  7. Just so you know that these politicians are all friends. it is politics and they are after their permanent interests only. Mrs Saraki is a real show off & humble bragger. Shade looks nice but pity about her face and her health. Money can't buy that . Lo!

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    1. What's wrong with her health?

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    2. Mrs Saraki a real show off and humble bragger? How manage to be both?

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    3. Her husband gave her hiv... I know Stella will not post sha

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  8. Good to see that Tinubu is there. Now I wii support Saraki again. I am spiritually connected to Tinubu and I support those he is friends with.

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  9. WHy does the groom look so sad?

    The bride is beautiful like her mother.

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    1. Well groomed yes but I won't use beautiful for them

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  10. At 18.02 Well said Nothing is beautiful about Toyin or her daughter. She is just blano

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  11. Leave Toyin and her daughter. Go and find husband for yourself and your daughter kwa.

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  12. Hiv or no Hiv, Shade always looks fabulous, pretty woman.

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