Skip to main content

OBJ @ 80 : Nigeria's Former President,Chief Olusegun Obasanjo Begins Birthday Celebration In Ibogun, Ogun State


The city of Ibogun ,Ogun State was in flurry of excitement as the Former President of Nigeria celebrates his 80th birthday throughout this week in different places in Ogun State. The celebration began yesterday in Ibogun which is his maternal hometown and the event was held in Baptist Day School In Ibogun .

.

Baba spent quality time with students from
various schools in the community .There was  storytime with Baba and one-one conversation with the children from the community in the yesterday's programme. To conclude the programme, a get-together bash was held in baba's residence with large numbers of politicians ,business moguls ,religious leaders to mention but few trooped in to honor and wish him well.

The major celebration is scheduled for saturday and is to be held in Abeokuta ,while thankgiving service follows the next day at  Treasure House of God, Agbeloba, Abeokuta, Ogun.

FashionIdol Events is pleased to bring to you the pictures of the event. Enjoy !!!


Obj cutting cake with family & friends



Asst.Compt Nike Oladunni(L) , Chief(Mrs.) Bola Obasanjo and friends


Storytime with Baba 
Baba with Pupils in Ibogun

Gift Presentation










Want to contact us for Advert Placement, Event Coverage or Enquiries ? Email us at fashionidolblog@gmail.com or call : 08137094115

Comments

Steven said…
Old papa at 80
Daniel Iwu said…
Great Leader..Congrats

Popular posts from this blog

Fabulous Ankara Styles For The Dressy Woman!

The Ankara styles we have got for you are lit, they complement every woman of different body size and shape.

“I Can’t Wait To Be A Mother Soon” – DJ Cuppy

The billionaire daughter, Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, has disclosed that she can’t wait to become a mother.

Aphia Sakyi’s Alluring Necklace Collection Inspired By Ghanaian Queens

Top Ghanaian Accessory brand Aphia Sakyi debuts its recent collection entitled 'Nhyria' . The collection represents the status African queen and the various designs have manifested influences from various queens looks across the Ghanaian nation.