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Natasha Akpoti set to Marry Emmanuel Uduaghan

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Rights activist, socialite and candidate of the Social Democratic Party, SDP in the last gubernatorial election in Kogi State, Barrister Natasha Akpoti and her heart throb, Chief Emmanuel Uduaghan, the Alema of Warri Kingdom, in Delta State are set to exchange marital vows

The wedding, which has been trending in several social media platforms, is scheduled for March 5, 2022 at the residence of Natasha’s father in Ihima, Kogi State.

The groom shares the same name with Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, former Governor of Delta State.

Akpoti also some days ago received a Rolls Royce as an early-Valentine’s day gift from her bae.

She has been receiving congratulatory messages on the impending wedding and the exotic car gift from her friends on her social media handles.

She has also flaunted the multi-million naira engagement ring given to her by her husband to be.

Akpoti is a single mother of three who contested the last Kogi Central Senatorial election on the platform of SDP in 2019 and lost the election to Senator Yakubu Oseni of APC.

Subsequently, she contested the November 16, gubernatorial election and lost to incumbent Governor Yahaya Bello of APC.

The Alema of Warri Kingdom was recently spotted with the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, Dr. Ado Ibrahim.

The royal wedding will mark the beginning of relationship between the two kingdoms.

Akpoti has been a symbol of hope and strength to women in Kogi State and other parts of the country after she refused to be cowed by the forces who stood against her candidature in the last elections.

Despite the persecution, smear campaign and physical assault she suffered in the last elections in Kogi State, she refused to back out her resolve to make an impact in the society.

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