Amosun’s Son Set To Marry Abike-Dabiri’s Daughter

As the families of the governor of Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, and former member of the House of Representatives and now presidential assistant on foreign relations and diaspora, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, are set to join their son and daughter’s hands in marriage, not a few people are wondering what this would mean for the existing power dynamics.
Dabiri-Erewa’s son, Oladipo, and Amosun’s daughter, Ayomide will tie the nuptial knot at a traditional wedding slated for Saturday July 8, 2017 in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital. Although the romance between the two children of the two political heavyweights has so far been flying under the radar, the social searchlight will now be beamed on them with the news of their impending wedding making the rounds.
With the prestige enjoyed by Amosun and Abike Dabiri in political and social circles, the event is sure to be well attended by the crème of high society.
The formal solemnization of holy matrimony is however touted as a destination wedding that will likely take place in the USA.
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