21 April 2012

Nigeria: Genevieve,RMD, Others Storm Paris for Steph Okereke's Wedding Today

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Stephanie Okereke

Richard Mofe Damijo, Genevieve Nnaji, Uche Jombo, Lilian Bach, Ndidi Okereke-Onyiuke, Azuh Amatus are among the delegates from Nollywood expected to grace today's white wedding of actress, Stephanie Okereke, holding in far away Paris.

Other Nollywood stars that were in the guest list include Ini Edo, Monalisa Chinda, Emem Isong and Kanayo O.Kanayo. Idahosa's friends and associates in high places are also attending the wedding. Ejike Asiegbu, according to inside source, couldn't make the trip because of his sister's health condition.

Information at our disposal indicates that President Goodluck Jonathan,who sees Stephanie as one of his adopted daughters,may likely grace the historic wedding with his wife and large entourage.

Meanwhile, the delegation departed Nigeria, on Thursday night to France aboard Arik Air. Until Thursday night, Stephanie and her fiancée guarded closely details about the wedding, findings reveal it is scheduled to take place this motrning in a 17th century Castle reserved for royalties in Paris.

Before now, our source said Stephanie has sworn to make her wedding the most attended by celebrities and politicians, hence she is leaving no stone unturned to achieve that dream.

According to sources, Steph and her fiancee left for Paris early in the week to ensure things are put in place for the big day.

Arik Air donated a chartered flight to convey those attending the wedding and they need not pay a dime. Air France also provided seats to invited guests at discounted tickets.

HVP gathered that other multinational organizations supported the actress in various ways. The multiple ward winning actress and filmmaker,who recently bagged the Member of the Federal Republic(MFR) national honour said "it is an intimate wedding."

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