- Ike Ekweremadu’s, Lloyd son ties the knot with the love of his life, Tiffany Adaobi Obinna-Uzor in Abuja.
- The event was graced by notable dignitaries.
- Understandably, Ike Ekweremadu and his wife are serving their jail term in the UK and couldn’t attend.
Lloyd, the eldest son of the former Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice tied the knot in Abuja 3 months after his parents’ conviction.
Lloyd Ike Ekweremadu Jnr and his partner, Tiffany Adaobi Obinna-Uzor exchanged vows at the Basilica of Grace, Anglican Communion in the Gudu District of Abuja on August 19.
The wedding ceremony was graced by notable dignitaries, including Benjamin Kau, the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, former Senate President Bukola Saraki, Governor Ademola Adeleke, former Senate President David Mark, and many other esteemed guests.
Regrettably, the Ekweremadu family was unable to attend the wedding due to their current situation. They are presently serving jail sentences in the UK after being convicted of engaging in illegal organ trafficking.
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Netizens subsequently shared their thoughts as regards the matrimony.
One @iamwessie2 wrote: “May our parent not be absent on our happiest moments in life…”
_vivianesh_ wrote: “I don’t understand the comments. Should the guy put his life on hold for his parents till his parents get out of jail? 🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️”
mr_btmt11 wrote: “Nigerians can talk about other people problems but can’t do anything about their own problem. I believe his parents gave their consent and blessings 👏”
official_wendy__ wrote: “Children of nowadays shaaa,you would have allowed them last one year there…Atleast everyone will know you’ve tried.”
amara_dimma wrote: “First he isn’t the eldest son, secondly address him properly as the commissioner for youths and sports Enugu State thank you 😊”
marphylee_18 wrote: “Wedding when your parents are in jail? Maybe they gave their consent.”
nekkydaddy wrote: “If the children that you are hustling for, will leave you when the ship goes down.”