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Nigerian Lady, Dr Ikea Bello Throws Lavish Party To Celebrate Her Divorce [Photos/Video]

A Nigerian lady has gone viral on social media after she threw a party to celebrate her divorce.

A Nigerian lady identified as Dr Ikea Bello has gone viral on the social media after she threw an elaborate party to celebrate her divorce from her husband.

Nigerian Lady, Dr Ikea Bello Throws Lavish Party To Celebrate Her Divorce [Photos/Video] 1

The mother of five, who is also a professional life coach, held her divorce party last weekend and it was attended by friends seen glamorously dressed in their expensive red outfits.

Taking to her Instagram page, she shared several photos and videos where she was dancing amid the cheering of friends who graced the event to celebrate her “freedom”.

Some of the party’s decoration had divorce-related inscriptions like: “I do, I did, I’m done”, “Divorced at last”, “bye Felicia”.

Sharing the photos and videos of the occasion which looks like it was another wedding, Bello disclosed that her outfit was inspired by Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh.

She wrote: “About last weekend ❤️ My divorce/ freedom party was lit. My 1st look for the day Outfit inspired by @tontolet”

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KanyiDaily recalls that popular OAP, Toke Makinwa has urged her fans to opt for divorce if marriage appears to be threatening their peace, adding that “nobody is worth throwing the rest of your life in jail or even worse a death sentence for”

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