She marries Umar Ibrahim-Mantu, son of Ibrahim Mantu, the former Deputy Senate President from Plateau state.
After the traditional wedding ceremony which took place on September 24 to much aplomb, the Wedding Fatiyya held at Abuja on Friday, October 7, and the bride held nothing back with her bridal dress.
A Wedding Fatiya [Or Fatiha, depending on preference] is a ceremony where the bride's family hosts a reception in their home.
The groom then formally asks for the bride's hand in marriage from her father or the eldest man in the family- in this instance, Chief Igbinedion was surely available to hand over his daughter’s hands to her betrothed.
For the occasion, Orobosa the bride decides to go with a lovely flowing gown designed by London-based couture, Ralph and Russo.
Her bridesmaids, Tania Omotayo and Nene Ibru look just as pretty in their matching shimmery, figure-hugging golden dresses.
A wedding dinner has been planned to hold in South Africa on October 22nd [or 28th as some other sources claim.]
Whatever happens, this wedding surely goes down as one of the best of the year.
Sources further claim that come November, the Esama of Benin Kingdom, Chief Igbinedion will be giving another daughter’s [Ewemade] hands in marriage.
She’ll be wedding Ganiyu Kuteyi, an indigene of Ondo State.