Category: Fashion

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    especially for wedding reception
    and this enable us to make your
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CITY OF GRACE MINISTRY INTERNATIONAL PRESENT PHARAOH LET MY PEOPLE GO TO MARK THE 10TH YEAR MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDER/GENERAL OVERSEER PASTOR AND PASTOR MRS. GEORGE UWAGBOE.

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Pastor and Pastor Mrs. George Uwagboe with their lovely kids, Favour, Perfection, Promotion and Glory Uwagboe during their Ten years Marriage anniversary.

 

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Pastor and Pastor Mrs. George Uwagboe, Founder/General Overseer of City of Grace Ministry International Alicant, Spain.

 

 

 

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A group photograph of  the General Overseer and his amiable wife Pastor Jane Uwagboe with the Women of Grace .

 

 

 

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L-R. Pastor George Uwagboe (Founder/General Overseer of City Of Grace Ministry International Alicant, Spain. (Host Pastor) and Bishop Omorodion Eguavoen. Sword of God Ministry Benin city ,(Guest Speaker) during Pharaoh Let My Peope Go and Ten Years Marriage Anniversary.

 

 

 

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Pastor and Pastor Mrs.  George Uwagboe showing appreciation to members of City of Grace and guest Pastors from far and near during the 10th Year Marriage anniversary.

 

 

 

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L-R. Dr. I. Emmys white. Presiding Bishop of Glorious Christian Church World Wide and Bishop Omorodion Eguavoen. Sword of God Ministry Benin-City , (Guest Speaker).

 

 

 

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Members of the Church Congregation during Pharaoh Let My People Go program and 10th Year Marriage Anniversary of the General Overseer and his amiable wife.

 

 

 

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A group photograph of Guest Pastor and Women of Grace with the Host and Members of his family.

 

 

 

10th YEAR MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY/LAUNCHING OF MUSIC CD OF PASTOR AND DEACONESS KELLYBONE M. IZEKOR

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Members of the Akugbe group @10 Years  Marriageanniversary and official launching of Okponmwense musical album.

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Deaconess Mrs. Juliet Izekor@10 Years Marriage anniversary with friends.

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Pastor and Deaconess Kellybone Izekor @10 Years Marriage anniversary and official launching of her musical album.

 

 

 

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Dancing@10 Years Marriage anniversary by Pastor and Deaconess Kellybone Izekor.

 

 

 

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Deaconess Mrs Juliet Izekor with bridal train @10 Years Marriage anniversary.

 

 

 

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Great Men of Valor@10 Years Marriage anniversary and official launching of Okponmwense musical album.

 

 

 

 

 

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Deaconess Mrs. Juliet Izekor@10 Years Marriage anniversary.

 

 

 

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Pastor Kellybone Izekor with his beloved family @10 Years Marriage anniversary.

 

 

 

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Pastor Kellybone Izekor@10 Years Marriage anniversary.

 

 

 

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May the hand of the Lord who has started this union right from the foundation perfect our onesness and all that concerns us, Psalm 138:8 (Pastor Kellybone and Deaconess Juliet Izekor )@10. Highlight of the event was the launching of the Okponmwense  musical album by the couple to show appreciation to the almighty God for his mercy in the last 10 Years and the years to come.

 

 

 

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Pastor and Deaconess Kellybone Izekor with the bridal train @10 Years Marriage anniversary.

 

 

 

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SANDRA EROMOST ‘ EXCLUSIVE WORLD

Miss Sandra Ero has long been considered the queen of classic couture. As a designer  and top model she is frequently dressed in Eromost, a cut so sophisticated that it is hard not to think twice when  she appears for any function. Sandra Ero hails from the Ero family in Benin-city, Edo state.

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Sandra Ero. C.E.O Eromost Fashion Designer Rome, Italy.

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Sandra Eromost during a T.V reality show in Rome Italy.

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EXCLUSIVE PIX OF SANDRA EROMOST

 

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Sandra Eromost elegantly dressed on her Africa attire from Eromost collection.

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Sandra Eromost elegantly dressed on her Africa attire from Eromost collection.

 

 

THE TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE CEREMONY BETWEEN THE FAMLIES OF MR. & MRS. ESEZOBOR AND MR. & MRS. OLIHA

To love someone deeply gives you strength, Being loved by someone deeply gives you courage. We are made for each other”Toast on  marble from former Miss Patience Esezobor and Mr. Marvin Oliha. It was a joyous moment for the couple as friends and family members from Canada, Italy and other parts of the world gather in the city of Vienna, Austria to celebrate with Patience and Marvin Oliha. Coming together of  this love birds drawn attention from the city of Vienna as the rich cultural heritage of the Bini and Esan people was show case by their traditional attires.

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The newly wedded couple came out this time with a more colourful Bini traditional attire to show case the rich cultural heritage of the Great Benin Kingdom.

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Members of the Unique Ladies Club of Vienna, Austria.

 

 

THE BEAUTY OF HEAD WRAP BY AFRICAN WOMEN AND MEN

According to Danya London, the head wrap has now become a staple of traditional black dress; arrays of wonderful head wraps, fashionably worn at special events, have now become a fashion statement for the black woman. In history, the head wrap was hard to come by and therefore usually worn by wealthier black men and women. Now the head wrap is an available garment for men and women of all statuses to wear.

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African head wraps come in many bright bold colors that animate the face. According to Africa Imports African Business, in West Africa, head wraps are referred to as “gele” in Yoruba or “ichafu” in Ibo. Some African American women continue to wear head wraps to boast their spiritual strength.

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The head wrap typically covers the hair completely. One cultural significance about the African head wrap is that African women typically secure the wrap using a knot at the base of the crown which leaves the neck and forehead exposed. Part of the reason for this is to make the facial features appear striking so that anyone that wishes to look upon an African American woman would look up at her face rather than down at her body.

 

Coral Beads an insignia of royalty

With an appeal that exudes Royalty, elegance, Class and Style and passing through centuries, Coral Beads still stand as the No. 1 symbol of Royalty in contemporary Africa tradtional representations.

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On this edition we shall be looking at Coral Beads as An Ideal Bridal Costume in the Benin tradition. The Benins, Urhobo’s and some other parts of the edo/Delta have a common name for coral bead, they call it ivie. Coral bead as ornament, is held in high esteem and valued like diamond among the people of this region and the country at large especially during traditional marriage. Even the Yoruba’s and Ibos uses coral beads as insignia of royalty too. The extent of its value gave rise to the parable in Benin “Aiye Ivie rhuemwin oya”. This simply means, beads are not used as instrument of dishonour.

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Compiled by

Faith Sonia Amosa

Correspondent editor, Dortmund Region, Germany.

 

THE BEAUTY OF ASO-OKE AND TRADITIONAL ENGAGEMENT

The colors of aso-oke you choose for your traditional engagement wedding day set the style
and tone for your entire event. Like we know, traditional engagement ceremonies are usually
colorful and full of life and activites. There are several ways you can implement your choice of
colors, from the decorations, cake, favors, accessories, table linens and even the invitations!
One tip: make sure you choose the colors you love, typically, you want a maximum of three to
five colors in your palette.THE BEAUTY OF ASO-OKE AND TRADITIONAL ENGAGEMENT

EZINNE AKUDO WINS MISS NIGERIA 2013.

Beauty and brains rained down in Lagos at the Intercontinental
hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos where The
Miss Nigeria Beauty pageant was held
and we have a winner!

miss Nigeria
Ezinne Akudo, 22, clinched the crown;
beating 32 other contestants to take
home the star prize of a brand new car,
a trip to California and three million
naira.

Benin women dressing and there traditional wedding

A lady is beautiful not only because of the makeup but also her dress up. In this edition we look at the Benin women dressing and there traditional wedding. It’s mostly says that they dress up like the oba wife. They dressed up with a crown on their head which is known as OKUKU , neck beads know as LVIE-URU , hand beads know as LVIE-OBO , earring know as EMI-OHORIVIE handbag know as EMPA-IVIE and the blouse which is called EWU-IVIE. It also said the coral beads were sourced from deep rivers and therefore were scarce and experience , so it’s not surprising that its nobles that got decked in them in all its full glory. The ones we see around today are not the real things , the real ones are still quite scarce and expensive