The famous movie star, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has just had a grand dance celebration (that has already received the name of The Omosexy Grand Ball) of her 40th birthday that was attended by lots of Nigerian celebrities and rich people.
This ball was just one party in a row of five different events dedicated to the birthday celebration with the #Omotola4point0 tag.
The massive celebration started on February 7 with a ‘Give And Let Give To Widows And Orphans’ happening.
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1. How it all looked like
Omotola is at the peak of her career and on this special day she looked like a queen accompanied by her loving husband, Captain Matthew Ekeinde in the event venue. The signal to start the festive event with an opening prayer was made by Mr. Tony Uranta, human rights activist.
Omotola Jalade age is hard to believe, since she doesn’t look her age at all!
The celebration event was as entertaining as could be because the birthday girl was honored by impressive performances of D’Banj, Sir Shina Peters and King Sunny Ade.
The event also boasted top-class comedians Tee-A and Bovi as comperes, and was attended by the following dignitaries:
- Alhaji Aliko Dangote;
- Tony Elumelu with spouse;
- Awele Elumelu;
- The Esama of Benin Kingdom;
- Chief Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion;
- The Otunba Adekunle Ojora with spouse;
- The Erelu Ojuolape Ojora;
- Senator Ben Murray Bruce;
- Bashorun Dele Momodu;
- British High Commissioner to Nigeria;
- Paul Arkwright;
- Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Sustainable Development Goals;
- Adejoke Orelope Adefulire;
- Otunba Oyewole Fasawe;
- Debola Williams and others.
2. More curious details from the event
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde aged40 says:
I have always sympathized widows and orphans because my mum lost my Dad 10 years before she died herself. So I also know what it is to be an orphan.
Me and my team try to support widows who do their best to keep their homes warm for their kids despite the loss of their husbands.
The next event that Omotola held on February 8 was themed “Reciprocate, Respect, Mental Health And Avoiding Slavery In Marriage” that included the ”Renaissance Trip To Trace The Beginning Of Slavery” on February 9, 2018, and then the “Mental Slavery And The Emancipation Of The Black Race” held on the following Saturday.
The celebration reached its peak on February 11 with “The Omosexy Ball”!
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