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Former DELSU SUG President, Obaro Ties the Knot With His Heart-throb

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Former DELSU SUG President, Obaro Ties the Knot With His Heart-throb
By Daniel Dafe

A former Student Union Government (SUG) leader in Delta Student University,
Abraka, Comr. Obaro Ohwojero, has consummated his 7-year-old love walk
journey with his hearth-throb, Chiamaka Victoria Uzoma.
This event which took place at the premises of the bride’s father’s
compound in Edo State saw family members, friends and well-wishers grace
the event.
Also present were dignitaries such as Bishop Rex Owolabi of Springing
Praise International Ministry, Sapele; Mr. Randy Okotie, CEO, Richard
Continental Hotels, Sapele; Chief Eguriase Odebala, Uloho of Okpe Kingdom
and Chief Duke Okereka, Publisher, Grassroots Monitor Newspapers,
The occasion also saw several former student leaders in the state attend
the event.
Obaro during a chat with Oasis Magazine (OM) thanked God for the fair
weather and all those that graced the event.
According to him, the journey started 7 years ago when they both were
students at Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe-Ozoro, praying that the union
will experience the peace, favour and love of God.
On her part, the bride, Chiamaka described her partner as the best man any
woman can dream of for a husband, saying that Obaro’s calm voice attracted
her to him.
Also, the bride’s father, Mr. Benjamin Uzoma during an exclusive chat with
OM said his in-law, Obaro has proved his conclusions about him right,
urging the duo to keep on loving themselves and be there for each other
both in good and bad times.

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