- Actor Alexx Ekubo has got his colleagues excited after he shared some details about his wedding ceremony
- The actor revealed where and when his traditional and white wedding would be taking place
- Alexx's colleagues took to his comment section to congratulate him and told him how much they can't wait to be there
The month of November 2021 will see actor Alexx Ekubo finally getting married to his beautiful woman Fancy Acholonu.
The film star recently got engaged to his woman in a beautiful proposal ceremony and five months later, the couple would be walking down the aisle to be joined in holy matrimony.
Alexx shared a photo of his wedding card on his official Instagram page while noting that the countdown has begun.
According to the information on the card, the traditional wedding ceremony would hold on November 20, in Imo state while the church wedding will take place the following weekend, November 27, in Lagos state.
The actor, however, did not note if he is inviting his fans and followers to the ceremony.
Check out the card below:
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Colleagues and fans expressed happiness for the actor and they took to his comment section to celebrate him.
Read some comments below:
"Let’s do this my darlings. I can’t wait."
"Congratulations my brother."
"Congratulations Falexx...shebi my own asobi na free."
"It’s about to be a carnival!"
"Please how much is asoebi so we can start saving from today? Tenks."
"Ikuku, you are loved. This wedding will be a carnival. I want asoebi o."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Alexx told his best friends who his best man would be as they fought over the role.
After the news of Alex's engagement broke out on social media, one of the actor’s close friends, Yomi Casual asked him an important question.
The fashion designer wondered who would be Alexx’s best man on the wedding day between him and his other close friend, IK Ogbonna.
Alexx responded that neither Yomi nor IK would be his right-hand man on his big day. According to him, his uncle, Dede Okoroafor, from Arochukwu, was going to be the best man at the event.