All Roads Lead to Delta as Akpevwe, Son of Fenog’s CEO, Prepares to Wed in Grand Style

Delta State is gearing up for a grand celebration as Akpevwe, the son of Engr. Augustine Efeturi Oghenejobo, Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Fenog Group of Companies, is set to marry his heartthrob Andra, the daughter of Chief & Chief (Mrs.) Gabriel Okolo from Egini Town in Udu Local Government Area.

The much-anticipated wedding of Akpevwe, an accomplished Engineer and PhD student, from the Oghenejobo family of Samagidi in Ethiope East LGA, Delta State, will be joined by Andra, a university graduate, in this joyous occasion.

The traditional marriage ceremony is set for Friday, the 17th of November, starting at 12 noon at No 92, Orhuwhorun Road (By Trailer Park), Ekete. The event is poised to exude elegance, with a chosen color palette of lilac and purple.

The celebrations continue on Saturday, the 18th of November, kicking off at 10 am with the solemnization of the holy matrimony at God’s Will Mission Inc., Kilometre 2 Usiefrun Road, Orhuwhorun.

The joyous occasion concludes with a grand reception at the Glorious Fountain Yard (City of Refuge), located at No 71 Airport Road, by Saint Mary’s Junction, Effurun.

Key figures from the public and private sectors, the oil and gas industry, captains of industry, top government officials, and other dignitaries are expected to attend, making this event the talk of the town for an extended period.

GbaramatuVoice Team is set to provide comprehensive coverage, capturing the intricate details and highlights from all the upcoming events.

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