Breaking: Stunning Engagement Photos from The Oyakhilome Wedding
Just yesterday, the gorgeous gospel diva, Carissa Sharon Oyakhilome aka CSO and Phillip Frimpong, the dreamy Ghanaian business man celebrated their engagement party. The event took place at the Publishing Rhapsody Campus in Lagos, Nigeria.
Carissa Sharon looked absolutely breathtaking in her elegant bright red sparkling dress and magnificent giant matching beaded necklace.
The party was filled with Nigeria’s hottest celebs, renowned spiritual leaders and of course the beautiful Carissa Sharon Oyakhilome and her man Phillip Frimpong.
Enjoy these beautiful moments from the Oyakhilome engagement party.
The beautiful Carissa Sharon in her sparkling red dress and chunky coral beads.
Carissa Sharon Oyakhilome wore a beautiful red around dress with traditional coral bead.
The couple look like king and queen in their magnificent traditional wedding outfits.
The event was reportedly the biggest engagement party Nigeria had ever seen with guests and family that flocked in from around the globe.
Countless celebs were in attendance at the glorious event
Phillip Frimpong made an amazing speech at the party and expressed how excited he is to marry his best friend and life partner. His speech brought guests to tears.
The gorgeous couple of the hour could not take their eyes off each other for a moment.
The couple is set to marry tomorrow at the LoveWorld Convocation area in Lagos. Millions around the world are eagerly waiting in anticipation.
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