The couple, who are reportedly said to have secretly tied the knot, made their first public appearance since the demise of their son on Sunday, November 27.
The celebrity couple, along with other members of the Adeleke family, were in Osun over the weekend for Ademola Adeleke’s inauguration as the 6th executive governor of the state.
Photos from the event were shared online, and netizens could not stop raving over the ring on Chef Chioma’s wedding finger.
An Instagram user @ogesnazzy wrote, “My baby chi❤️❤️❤️ I sight the ring and congratulations are in order. Don’t cry again you hear, God will be with you on this marriage journey that you have embarked and everything you lost shall be restored in double portion ijn. Love you 😍”.
@aphia_mariza, “It’s chichi’s ring for me😭🥰 how happy I’m for her😩respectfully Mrs chioma Adeleke❤️❤️❤️”.
@centrounisexsalonandspa, “Chi baby is officially taken 👏”.
@senamiabuludeco, “I love the way chioma show us the ring ❤️❤️ God bless your home with beautiful children that will stay with you till the end ..God will give you both beauty for tour ashes ni oruko Jesu.”
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In other news, not up to 24 hours following his inauguration, Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, has reportedly sacked 12,000 workers and dethroned three monarchs.
Chief press secretary to Adeleke, Olawale Rasheed, in a statement released on Monday, November 28, discloses that the Governor also nullified the appointment of 30 Permanent Secretaries and suspended the chairman and members of Osun State Independent Electoral Commission (OSIEC).
According to a report by The Nation, the governor issued six executive orders on Monday, including an order freezing all the State Government accounts in all banks and other financial institutions.
The affected monarchs include Akinrun of Ikinrun Oba Yinusa Akadiri; Aree of Ire Oba Ademola Oluponle and Owa of Igbajo, Oba Gboyega Famodun. He ordered the monarch to vacate the palace, asking security operatives to take over.
Rasheed stated that the new Governor signed the Executives orders which covered chieftaincy matters, appointments issues, setting up of review panel, staff audit and employment matters.