Creme De La Creme Converge On Ogun As Egona Ties Nuptials With Mojisola

It was a gathering of creme de la creme in business world recently at the Mab-Royal Event Centre, Imoru, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State when Egona Abraham Ifore popularly known as (Father Abraham) Possibility Specialists Global Resources Leadman threw up a superlatively traditional wedding ceremony where he tied nuptials and exchanged wedding ring with his belle – Egona Mojisola Funmilayo known as Mojiforey who doubles as Chairperson at Possibility Specialists Global Resources.

Although, the couple are well known as initiators of Possibility Specialists Global Resources in Nigeria with wide operations in Ogun State, the organisation however deemed it fit to present an empowerment car on the love bird on their weeding day to further showcase what it stands for – being an empowerment company, non governmental organizations (NGO) for marketing and capital development.

A peep into the Curriculum Vitae of Egona, the groom, shows that he is well read in Nigeria and abroad having got experience in human management, security and investment, marketing of products and services. He has demonstrated his acumen with some industries and organisations such as Consolidated Breweries Plc, now Nigerian Breweries PLC, Industrial Development Centre, Avis Rent A Car, Octavia, Welfare International Organisation in Ghana, EGTL Chevron Offshore location with Halogen Securities among other professional services to the nation and humanities.

The wedding was purposeful that the groom Abraham was quoted to have said that “one word liberates us from all the weight and pains of life, and the magic word is love designed by God, saying whoever lives in love lives in God and God in them, adding that two are better than one, because when two hearts become one, they become a force that is unstoppable”.

For The Issues Magazine, it’s biblical to describe the marriage as holy and divinely established covenant. The epoch-making event was very interesting that lots of business associates from Lagos, Abuja, Port-Haracourt and others were drawn to the venue of the event.

The groom described Mojisola, his wife as a great companion whom he will take proper care of as God wishes, just as he defined his wedding day as an incredible and the most memorable traditional day ever in his life, and finally extended his word of advice to his inseparable companion that should see him as a God-sent husband to their home.

The Issues Magazine reports what stands inspiring about this couple is the intensity of love they both share. In an event which recorded a very tight security, one remarkable yet surprising thing to note was the “personalities sieve” of appearance. People who were really welcomed to the occasion were addressed based on their dress code (Burgundy and Champaign), which means that a shabby and uncultured dressing was frowned at.

The Master of Ceremony who presided at the event made an enormous performance of an orderly presentation of activities. The highly organised and arrangement of things would naturally make head swell as not only the couple and guests wore gaily and gorgeous dresses, but also the flamboyantly dressed ushers and usherettes were conspicious at every angle which signifies wedding with royalty.

Speaking more with “The Issues Magazine”, the bride introduced her husband, Abraham Corey as a father and a best friend for ever, she stressed that Abraham is a honest, diligent and a reliable man. She however expressed her word of advice to the youths to have strong believe in all ways. She expressed her warmest appreciation to everyone present at the occasion stating “that a loving note can barely express how people added to their happiness, she however extended sincerest thanks to the guests for their prayers, wonderful gifts and presence on this special day and with prayers to God Almighty.

In the votes of thanks given by the groom, he said, “We are celebrating God and also celebrating Love, for God is love and love is God.” He concluded with prayers, wishing everyone journey mercies back to their various destinations.

  • Oluseun ODUNEYE, Abeokuta

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