Just a few weeks into the year and it is already clear that the social space in 2020 is going to remain ever buzzing and may even surpass previous years.
Despite the fact that a lot of people often suggest that the month of January is usually characterized by a lot of careful spending, the case this year is completely different.
With barely two weeks to the end of the month, Nigerians have already witnessed some major events that have sent social media buzzing and gotten people wondering if everyone was truly under the same accord of ‘careful spending’ in January.
Legit.ng compiled a list of three over-the-top celebrations that featured the crème de la crème of the society and luxury spending in all the way it comes!
1. Chief Razaq Okoya’s 80th birthday
As it has been described by many on social media, the ceremony was only attended by the ‘one per cent of the one per cent’ of the elite class in the country.
The party went down in the expansive and super luxury Oluwanishola estate of the billionaire, with top politicians and fellow wealthy individuals in attendance.
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Check out some photos below:
2. Sandra Ikeji’s record-breaking wedding ceremony
The Ikeji families have been known to occasionally create a buzz on social media and the case was not any different with the wedding ceremony of Sandra Ikeji.
Ikeji’s wedding went on to bag the record for the wedding ceremony with the highest number of bridesmaids. She had a whopping 200 bridesmaids at the event!
3. Wasiu Ayinde’s installation as Mayegun of Yoruba Land
Just a day after thrilling the audience to his adrenaline-charged performance, the fuji maestro jetted down to the Oyo kingdom for his installation as the first Mayegun of Yoruba land, by the Alaafin of Oyo.
Photos and videos from the event which had a lot of top personalities in attendance flooded the social media space.
See clips from the event below:
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