Mena: A Nigerion oil billionaire son marry an Iranian nodel in a $ 6.4 million wedding. If it was me I would have spent only $500,000 on the wedding. the left over $5.9 million I would have bought a mansion, jewelries, Fortune 400 corporations stocks and bonds as wedding gift for my son and his wife.
I think the Nigerian billionaire son should have marry a Black woman from Africa or around the world. The Iranian model should have been her mistress. Western, Latin American, Asian. Middle Eastern billionaires and their children doesnt marry Black people. They have Black mistresses, boyfriends, gigolos and escorts.
The price of oil have been going down because of USA shell oil being sold on the international market by US businessmen. The decreased on the price of the barrel of oil cause an economic crisis in Venezuela. OPEC oil billionaires like the Nigerian oil woman should spend their money more wisely because their fortune is going to decrease in the future due to the falling of the price of oil.
See photos from the seriously opulent wedding held this weekend at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.
What happens when an oil tycoon’s son marries a model? One seriously extravagant wedding.
Folarin Alakija–whose mother, Folorunso Alakija, is one of Nigeria’s wealthiest women–married Iranian model Nazanin Jafarian Ghaissarifar in an over-the-top, lavish wedding this weekend. The mother of the groom—the vice chair of Fame Oil—currently rests at No. 14 on Forbes’ list of Africa’s wealthiest billionaires, and no expenses were spared for her son’s nuptials held at Blenheim Palace in the English countryside.
Celebrity florist Jeff Leatham—who’s engaged to Rough Night actor Colton Haynes—executed the breathtaking floral production at the venue, which housed a display of one million white roses and matching hanging orchids.
“We created heaven on earth for you and your new hubby,” Leatham wrote on Instagram. In a separate post, he added, “Team Leatham Out – but the memories of this EPIC event will live and inspire forever.”
A bespoke marble floor etched with the couple’s initials perfectly accentuated the white-and-gold color palette. Guests enjoyed a divine five-course menu, which included sole, foie gras. The 12-foot cake alone—crafted by high-end bakery Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium—was estimated at close to $13,000.
The bride chose multiple gowns for her wedding day, donning a beautiful strapless dress for the ceremony paired elegantly with a diamond necklace. She later swapped into a lace sleeved number that draped her toned physique.
Victoria’s Secret model Shanina Shaik attended the wedding, while guests were treated to a live performance by Robin Thicke. Fireworks rounded out the extravagant night. “Congratulations to the now Mr & Mrs Alakija,” Shaik wrote on Instagram. “It was an honor to witness your union as husband and wife.”
According to the Daily Mail, the family flew hundreds of guests over from Nigeria for the glitzy affair. The couple enjoyed a traditional Nigerian wedding in November 2016 after getting engaged.
The groom, an entrepreneur, and the bride—who studied bioengineering at the University of Manchester— reportedly first met through mutual friends in London. This is the second wedding for Alakija, who lost his first wife to cancer. He is a dad to a young daughter
I agree with you, mena. His wife should be black. But no man should ever have a mistress. Black relationships are important for producing black children and keeping black wealth within the black community. Now I'm not saying someone should marry anyone black if they don't love them. But you understand what I'm saying.
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I agree Ebony Allen a man doesnt need a mistress your wife should be your only love partner and intimate friend. According to psychologist Umar Johnson for the elite a marriage is a business deal. He was complaining that the multimillionaire Black tennis star Serena William who married a White man. Umar stated that the White man didnt marry Selena because he love her. He marry her for her money. After a couple of years he is going to divorce Serena.
Is this the most lavish wedding EVER? Son of the world's richest black woman takes over Blenheim Palace to marry model girlfriend in stunning £5 million bash with one million roses, a 12ft cake and a surprise performance from Robin Thicke Folarin, who is one of Folorunsho Alakija's four sons, married Iranian beauty Nazanin Jafarian Ghaissarifa Folorunsho Alakija, 66, is one of the richest black woman in the world with estimated fortune of $2.1 billion Event at Blenheim Palace had one million roses, surprise performance from Robin Thicke and A-list guestlist Father-of-one is an entrepreneur, investor and cinematographer who lost his first wife to cancer Folarin's new wife studied Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Manchester
Elaine Coles was the celebrant who performed the ceremony. Elaine, of UK Ceremonies, told MailOnline: 'It was a pleasure to hand write a bespoke and personalised ceremony for the couple'
Nigerian oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija, 66, is the richest black woman in the world with an estimated fortune of $2.1 billion
THE WOMAN WHO OUSTED OPRAH WINFREY FROM THE TOP SPOT AS THE RICHEST BLACK WOMAN IN THE WORLD Nigerian oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija, 66, is the richest black woman in the world with an estimated fortune of $2.1 billion.
Nigerian oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija, 66, is the richest black woman in the world with an estimated fortune of $2.1 billion +37 Nigerian oil tycoon Folorunsho Alakija, 66, is the richest black woman in the world with an estimated fortune of $2.1 billion
Starting her career as a secretary in a bank in the mid 1970s, Alakija, 62, then studied fashion in London and returned to Nigeria to start a label, Supreme Stitches. But her biggest break came in oil.
In 1993, her company, Famfa Oil, was awarded an oil prospecting license, which later became OML 127, one of the country's most prolific oil blocks, by then-president Ibrahim Babangida.
The company owned a 60 per cent stake in the block until 2000 when the Nigerian government unconstitutionally acquired a 50 per cent interest without duly compensating Alakija or Famda Oil.
In May 2012, Alakija, a married mother-of-four, challenged the acquisition and the Nigerian Supreme Court reinstated the 50 per cent stake to her company.
She also has a charity called the Rose of Sharon foundation that helps widows and orphans by empowering them through scholarships and business grants.
In 2014, she knocked Oprah Winfrey off her post as the richest woman of African descent in the world.
Forbes rank her as the 14th richest woman in Africa and she is number 80 on its Power Women list.
Glamorous guests donned their gladrags for the occasion. The lucky men and women who attended the nuptials posted images on their social media from inside the lavish bash
Over the weekend, Australian model Shanina Shaik (pictured) attended the wedding of Nigerian billionaire Folorunsho Alakija's son at Blenheim Palace. The cake, right, was adorned with doves and thousands of handcrafted ros
he event was planned by Sade Awe of The Bridal Circle. Sade’s impeccable taste and selective eye for the exquisite make her a trusted resource for an elite client
Folarin Alakija, who is the son of Folorunsho Alakija, the richest black woman in the world, married Iranian beauty Nazanin Jafarian Ghaissarifar in a lavish bash at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire over the weekend
Available to hire for the big day prices start from £4,800 to hire the Orangery and you can hire the Marlborough Room for the ceremony at £960 as well as six different locations to host a reception
Folarin is the son of Folorunsho Alakija's, pictured, left, with her husband. In 2014, she knocked Oprah Winfrey off her post as the richest woman of African descent in the world
Folarin's new wife studied Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Manchester, has a graduate Diploma in Law and has also worked as a model and marketing consultant. The happy newlyweds are pictured walking down the aisle after tying the knot
Just don't understand the logic of this wedding. Totally useless black guy. His mother made all that money for him to give it away to some Iranian nonentity. What is the probability of the reverse occurring.
There must a word for such imbecilic vacuousness. Puzzle: wealthy black males seem to have this tendency to flee blackness. Often leads to tragedy. Latest example, Tiger Woods. Classic example: O.J. Simpson.
The dummies don't seem to understand that the key point about key holes is that they are all the same color inside. LOL. Nature is full of tricks.
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