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    Nigerian Journalist Adebola Williams And His Wife Kehinde Share Sweet Moments From Their Maternity Shoot #BabyWilliams Is Now On Board!

    Nigerian entrepreneur and journalist Adebola Williams and his pretty wife Kehinde have shared some sweet moments from their maternity shoot.

    Kehinde and Adebola Williams maternity shoot KOKO Brides Nigeria

    Adebola Williams (born 1986) is a Nigerian media entrepreneur, journalist, political consultant, and motivational speaker. He is the Group CEO of RED | For Africa.

    His career in media and television began at the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) with advocacy for youth, and, eventually good governance.

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    Described as “the man with the golden touch” by Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo, he was profiled by Forbes as the man who helped elect a trifecta of presidents in Africa.

    He married Kehinde Daniels, the daughter of former Ogun State Governor Otunba Gbenga Daniels, on 7 August 2021.

    Kehinde Williams (born 1997) is a self-taught visual artist born in the western region and currently based in Lagos, Nigeria. In the past few years, Kehinde has served as an art tutor for young children and has also participated in a number of group exhibitions in Lagos, Nigeria.

    Today, we are happy for Kehinde and her entrepreneur husband as they share sweet photos from their maternity shoot, captured by Emmanuel Oyeleke, stating that #BabyWilliams is now on board.

    Celebrities and fans rejoice with the happy couple by sending them congratulatory messages.

    Kehinde and Adebola Williams maternity shoot KOKO Brides Nigeria

    Kehinde and Adebola Williams maternity shoot KOKO Brides Nigeria

    Kehinde and Adebola Williams maternity shoot KOKO Brides Nigeria

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