The son of Oba Abiodun Oniru, the Oniru of Iruland
(in Lagos, Nigeria) has married in Northern Ireland.
Fairytale wedding as Loughgall girl marries son of King of Lagos - Local - Portadown Times
Published on 16/08/2013
11:31 Loughgall Presbyterian Church played host to a royal wedding yesterday (Thursday) as the Crown Prince of Lagos tied the knot with his Loughgall bride. Kirsty Crooks (27), from Loughgall, was the envy of many a young girl, when she became a princess after exchanging wedding vows with Prince Mustapha Oniru
of Lagos in Nigeria.
The regal ceremony in the tiny village was attended by royalty from the African continent who witnessed the Prince’s marriage to the apple of his eye from the Orchard county. The Prince’s father HRM Oba
(King) Idowu Abiodun Oniru
and Queen Olori Arike Oniru attended the service in Loughgall Presbyterian Church which was conducted by Rev Philip McKelvey. While Prince Mustapha wore a regular wedding suit, his family, King Idowu and Queen Olori wore their traditional Nigerian dress. The Prince brought with him a huge entourage included family members, officials and chiefs.
v The Groom & Bride