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Ajadi Attends Kamilat, Ismail’s Nikkah In Ogbomoso, Admonishes Couple To Seek Advice From Balanced, Exemplary Families

A Chieftain of the New Nigeria Peoples’ Party (NNPP) in Ogun state, Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo has honoured the Nikkah ceremony of Alhaja Kamilat Olamide Ajenikoko and Ismail Babatunde Balogun in Havilla event centre, Ogbomoso, Oyo state.

As the gubernatorial candidate of the party in Ogun state in the 2023 general elections admonished the newly wedded couple to seek advice from balanced and exemplary persons and emulate the life of their parents, whom he described as balanced.

The auspicious event which took place on Saturday, August 26th, steeped into tradition and culture, witnessed an impressive turnout of well-wishers and dignitaries from various spheres of Nigerian society.

Ajadi presence at this joyous occasion not only underscored the significance of the event but also highlighted the spirit of unity and cooperation among political leaders within the NNPP.

Ajadi and his entourage, whom included Hon. Teluwo Kehinde, NNPP Ogun central Senatorial Candidate; Hon. Barrister John Femi Aina, NNPP Ogun West Senatorial Candidate; Hon. Kilamuwaye Oladayo Badmus NNPP Southwest Publicity Officer; Hon. Prince Ibrahim Adekunle NNPP Ogun State Caretaker Chairman; Hon. Olowu Omokehinde Olayemi NNPP Ogun State Caretaker Publicity Relation Officer were the guests of the party’s deputy-governor candidate in Ogun state, Alhaja Shakirat Idris Arowolo, who is the family of Ismail Babatude Balogun, the groom.

Other prominent members of Ajadi’s entourage were Hon. Olufunsho Adekunle Ijebu Ode State Assembly Candidate; Hon. Foluke Precious Bagbamsoro NNPP State Caretaker Women Leader; Hon. Fatai Adenaya Ogun-waterside NNPP Assembly Candidate; Comrade Toyin Afuye, NNPP Ogun State Caretaker Secretary; Hon. Adegboyega Taofeek, NNPP Ogun State Caretaker Organising Secretary; Hon.Alhaja Risikat Oloyede to mention a few.

Alhaja Kamilat Olamide Ajenikoko and Ismail Babatunde Balogun, the bride and groom, radiated happiness as they exchanged vows in the presence of their families and friends.

The Nikkah ceremony, a significant step in Islamic marriage traditions, was conducted with reverence and tradition, underscoring the importance of cultural values and unity.

Ajadi, who is known for his steadfast commitment to the NNPP’s principles, took the opportunity to express his warmest wishes to the newly couple.

He emphasized the importance of unity and collaboration, not only in political endeavors but also in the communal and personal aspects of life.

Ajadi pointed out that many marriages that collapsed in today’s society was as a result of many couples living their marital lives copying and comparing themselves with others whose standards are not same.

According to him, “Members of NNPP, Ogun State, have accompanied me to grace this great occasion to honour Alhaja Shakirat Arowolo, who was the deputy governor of my gubernatorial candidature at the concluded 2023 general elections.

“The turn-out of members of NNPP Ogun state to witness the Nikkah and the hospitality from the family of the bride and groom are the result of loyalty and trustworthiness of Alhaja Shakirat Arowolo to family and her political party.

“To the couple, the lesson is, you need to do whatever you want to do pragmatically to make your marriage work. Don’t benchmark yourself with anybody’s situation or condition. Don’t copy anybody to live your marital life. Many marriages crash due to this. I pray you too have a successful marriage and be friends with each other for life.

“If you’re looking for some advice on life, relating to any aspect, you have to focus and learn from those with good examples”.

Ajadi offered his heartfelt congratulations to Alhaja Kamilat and Ismail Babatunde, wishing them a lifetime filled with love, harmony, and enduring happiness.

He also emphasized the importance of mutual respect and understanding in their journey together.

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