Stella Dimoko Osinbajo Allegedly Insists On ‘Private Wedding’ For Daughter Damilola


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Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Osinbajo Allegedly Insists On ‘Private Wedding’ For Daughter Damilola

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo is insisting on a low-key wedding for his daughter which comes up on March 17.

This is coming against the backdrop of fierce criticism that followed the wedding of the children of the governors of Kano and Oyo states on Saturday.

Osinbajo is said to be concerned about the “mood of the nation” and has warded off pressures to do a “grand wedding” for his daughter, Damilola, who is getting married to Oluseun Bakare, a pastor in the Redeemed Christian Church of God and son of Bola Shagaya, a billionaire businesswoman and celebrity.

“Left to the VP and his wife, it would have been the smallest and simplest of ceremonies, taking place in their backyard, especially given the current mood of the nation,” a family insider told TheCable.

 “Nonetheless the VP seems to be swiming against a rather strong tide. For instance the VP’s position compels him to inform and invite dignitaries, many of who will cry blue murder if left out of the invitations. “But for a man known for his unassuming nature and humble mien, these circumstances have invited the dilemma of how to moderate the occasion and balance out the wedding outlook considering the current mood of the nation.”

Osinbajo “has firmly concluded” on doing everything, except the church service, within the state house, TheCable learnt. “This should by itself limit the crowd and ensure that the event is not blown out of proportion,” the source said. The invitation cards are unusually hard to come by as Osinbajo has refused to circulate them until late.


  1. Strategy things.😉 Na dem sabi.

  2. The nation is in anger. Nothing will make the country happy because hunger, job loss, unemployment etc is really affecting many families.

    So many people are still annoyed that our resources are being wasted.

    Anyway na dem sabi. People come, people no come, nothing concern me

  3. Give your daughter grand wedding jor

    1. Them tell them make dem no make noise ni.see format.

  4. Weddings come Weddings go Nigerians still dey suffer and smiling it is well! Whether they do am big or small na dem sabi Mtsheww!!!

  5. That's their wahala, they can do it on the Air as well..

  6. Small or big will not change anything

  7. this is poor publicity abeg.......they should go and sit down we dont need any explanations for our money that they willl spend. we too will get their one day

  8. Some comments here are just too hateful , i guess thats why we are still where we are as a country .

  9. If it were me, i'd give my daughter an envious wedding, if u don't like it, burn!


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