Day: November 25, 2017

Pictures From Orisefemi’s “Carnival” Wedding


The wedding of Nigerian dancehall music maker, Oritsefemi that took place today, was truly colourful.

The Ajegunle-born will sealed his union to Nabila Nash at a society wedding, which was open to all in Lagos,

Tagged #ON2017, Oritsefemi’s Gold and Silver themed wedding which is still ongoing at The Ark, Lekki, Lagos, as at the time of this article.

The couple had a private civil wedding in April, earlier this year

The groom has been outspoken about his love for Nabila, who is a PR expert working with Multichoice.
Earlier , Oritsefemi’s bride, had said the wedding was going to be a carnival.

Nabilla Fash made the statement while gushing over her husband when she saw their pre-wedding photos displayed on the electronic billboard on Lekki-Ikoyi roundabout.

Oritsefemi stepped out in full Niger Delta regalia, complete with a wrapper and all the accessories.

Here are some photos from the wedding.









Meanwhile, crooner Banky W settled for a destination wedding with actress wife, Adesuwa Etomi in Capetown, South Africa.

The couple have taken the #BAAD2017 festivities down South to Cape Town, South Africa for the fourth and final leg of their wedding – the white wedding.

The couple jetted out with their close friends on Thursday to prepare for what many have termed a ‘national wedding’.

Although both weddings are being held at different sides of the continent, they have been tagged the weddings of the year.



Two Men Fighting Sparked The Panic At Oxford Street On Black Friday

Black Friday in London was always going to be full of drama.

Two have handed themselves into police over an incident that sparked a mass evacuation at Oxford Circus Tube station yesterday. Several people were injured and nine were taken to hospital, including one with leg injuries, after panic erupted in the packed station.

Incident at Oxford Circus
Photo credit should read: BTP/PA 

Armed police raced to Oxford Circus Tube station and Oxford Street after receiving 999 calls reporting that shots had been fired. British Transport Police said the incident is believed to have started when an altercation erupted between two men on the platform. The force said two men, aged 21 and 40, attended a police station voluntarily and were interviewed, following an appeal.

The incident saw panic among rush-hour commuters and Black Friday shoppers in central London after police responded to reports of shots fired.

Stuart Crichton, London Ambulance Service assistant director of operations, said: ‘We checked over and treated several patients who sustained injuries while leaving the Oxford Circus area. ‘We discharged seven patients at the scene and took eight patients to two central London hospitals for minor injuries. ‘We also took one patient to a major trauma centre for leg injuries.’

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Around 90 minutes after responding, police said there was no evidence of any shots, casualties or suspects. The station was reopened, cordons removed and the area returned to normal, with the Royal Variety Performance at the nearby London Palladium going ahead as planned.