Skales is engaged, a winged bridal look, #Famil2018 & more wedding news

Last week, Nigerian rapper, Skales got engaged, the CEO of Justin Alexander got engaged to Kelsey Turchi, and a bill for the unification of bride price and the opposition of marriage with the Osu Caste passed its second reading at the Imo State House of Assembly. Fatima Dangote and Jamil Mohammed Abubakar also celebrated their third wedding anniversary. Here’s all the wedding news you missed from last week.

Skales is engaged! The Nigerian rapper, Skales shared a video of the proposal on Instagram explaining ‘The last time I felt this nervous was my first time on stage😅 Badman finally got the loving 🥰 She said YES y’all 👩‍❤️‍💋‍👨

A winged wedding gown! This bride in Kaduna came ready! Her bridal look featured a fringe dress made out of ankara with statement gold wings.

Justin Alexander Warshaw is engaged. The CEO and creative director of bridal brand, Justin Alexander got engaged to Kelsey Turchi. The couple got engaged at the Jackson Hole Mountain ski resort in the United States.

Unification Of Bride Price: According to The Guardian Nigeria, a bill for the unification of bride price and other marriage-related matters passed its second reading on the floor of the Imo State House of Assembly. “The proposed piece of legislation, which is sponsored by Kennedy Ibe of the Obowo constituency, also stipulates that the bride price and total expense for the marriage rites will not exceed N80,000 and N180,000.” Read more about the bill here.

#Famil2018: It’s been 3 years since Fatima Dangote and Jamil Mohammed Abubakar‘s epic wedding. To mark their anniversary, Jamil shared on Instagram “Happy Anniversary Love!!!! ♥️♥️♥️ 100 more years to GO! (ISAH)

That’s it for this week. See you next week for more news weekly updates.

Lonita

Eguolo Anita Etefe is a wedding and travel enthusiast and social media assistant at LoveWeddingsNG.

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