ICONIC DAYO OLOMU CELEBRATES 52ND BIRTHDAY WITH CELEBRITY SHAKEDOWN CHARITY BASH

London Big Boy and Iconic Personality Dayo Olomu recently celebrated his 52nd birthday with a celebrity shake down.

Rather than have a big London Owanbe with 250 guests, DDO as he is fondly known, opted for a “more meaningful event  with a few selected close friends and family getting together and having great fun for a great cause”.

Over £1000 was raised at the event and shared between 2 major London Charities – The Focus on Disability Foundation – founded by  Abiodun Paseda and Mobility Help for Disabled people in Africa & the UK founded by Dr Olu Adegbite who has been confined to using a wheelchair following a ghastly car crash 12 years ago.

 

The event which took place at top London Celebrity haunt Planet Nollywood boasted of top London celebrities such as DJ Abass, Femi Okutubo the Trumpet Newspapers Publisher and Gab Awards founder with his wife Lola Okutubo, Sam and Tola Onigbanjo – Women4AFrica founders, Otunba Femi Adenuga and his wife, current Chairman CANUK Dr Boma Douglas and his wife June, past CANUK Chairman and Founder NDDIS, Chief Bimbo Roberts Folayan, authors Modupe Obadina and Eze Ihenacho, former Mayor London Borough of Enfield Kate Anolue and property guru Richard Obahor with his pretty wife.

 

Other celebs who graced the event include saxophonist Kunle “Kaakaki” Adeshile and his wife Yetunde, Dr Abbey Akinoshun, Dr Sunny Lambe, Princesses Deun Adedoyin Solarin and Toyin Onagoruwa, author and journalist Ayo Akinfe, CANUK first Chairperson Ronke Alli-Udofia and Barrister Jenny Okafor.

 

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