GbaramatuVoice Managing Editor, Asiayei Enaibo, sets to marry …releases captivating pre-traditional marriage pictures
All is now set for the traditional marriage ceremony of the highly cerebral creative writer and GbaramatuVoice Managing Editor, Asiayei Enaibo with his pretty heartthrob and longtime fiancee, Emily Ekanpou.
The traditional marriage arrangement released by the family shows that the all important wedding is slated for Sunday, November 6, 2022, at the NNPC Junior Staff Club in Ugborikoko, Effurun, Delta state.
The statement further added that the duo is from Ayakoromo town in Burutu Local Government Area of Delta state.
Asiayei who is popularly known as the ‘Talking Drum’, is reputed for using his writings to bring to the surface, Niger Delta topical issues such as: deprivations, mal-administrations, mal-governance, wanton pollution and many other challenges to where they can be seen and treated.
While praying for the success of the ceremony and the union, the elated GbaramatuVoice Publisher, Jacob Abai expressed satisfaction at the news saying that Asiayei is a loyal staff that should be supported towards ensuring the success of the ceremony.
The entire management and staff of the Newspaper are not left in celebrating the joyous news about the marriage that have recently enveloped the office.
Below are the captivating pre-traditional marriage pictures that did not only exposed Asiayei’s creative prowess but extremely demonstrate a couple that is naturally and seamlessly in love.
The pictures are laced with ingrained lessons: First, it speaks volume of the rich Niger Delta cultural heritage. Secondly, their reading of newspaper while in the canoe portrays a family that is ready, willing and eager to learn at all time and in all places.
Most importantly, their reading of the GbaramatuVoice newspaper while in the canoe proves beyond reasonable doubt that Niger Delta story is been fully and adequately documented and goes a long way to authenticate the long standing role the GbaramatuVoice plays in bridging information gaps between the Niger Delta region and the wider world.
“Indeed, the GbaramatuVoice is the king when it comes to Niger Delta information. GbaramatuVoice for life,” Asiayei.
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