Yesterday (Thursday) was a special day for Prince Mustapha Oniru of Lagos and his bride, Kirsty Crooks from Northern Ireland.
The couple tied the knot at a royal wedding in Loughgall Presbyterian Church, Northern Ireland – the Prince’s father HRM Oba Idowu Abiodun Oniru and Queen Olori Arike Oniru attended the service which was conducted by Rev Philip McKelvey.
The royal couple are due to travel to Monaco and then St Tropez for their honeymoon, but plan to set up a base in Northern Ireland.
Kirsty met Mustapha while teaching at the British International School, which is owned by Oba Oniru. Meanwhile, her husband, who just finished a Masters Degree in Marketing, is the school administrator.