Comedian and actress Anita Asuoha better known as Warri Pikin is set to get married for a second time.
Following in the footstep of Mary Njoku, Warri Pikin has announced that she would be getting re-married in April, 2023.
The actress is renewing her marital vows in celebration of their 10th wedding anniversary next year.
Announcing the good news on Instagram moments ago, Warri Pikin revealed that she and her husband plan have their dream wedding.
However, she would first have her dream engagement.
“It’s official we are getting married again! This time the way we have always wanted it. First of all let’s finally have my Dream engagement (DIAMOND). We are coming. APRIL 2023 Anticipate”.
Warri Pikin celebrates wedding anniversary
In April, the couple had celebrated their 9th wedding anniversary.
To celebrate the milestone, she shared their throwback photos accompanied by a love emoji on her Instagram page.
Mary Remmy Njoku weds again
Recall that actress and ROK Tv Boss, Mary Njoku also got married again.
The mother of three who is happily married to Jason Njoku renewed her marital vows in celebration of their 10th marriage anniversary.
Taking to her Instagram page, the serial entrepreneur shared a beautiful photo of herself and captioned it, “……And I am getting married. Again. #Njoku10”.
This was followed by lots of congratulatory messages by her fans and colleagues in the movie industry.
Mary Njoku wedding
The actress had taken things further as she roused the internet with stunning pre-wedding photos of herself and her bridal train.
Her bridal train’s identities, included Mary Lazarus, Moyo Lawal, Uche Ogbodo, Jazzy Okey and Emmanuella Remmy.
The couple got remarried in the Maldives on August 12th, with some Nollywood stars in attendance.
Celebrities like Moyo Lawal, Mary Lazarus, and Uche Ogbodo were in attendance.
A beautiful moment from their vow renewal made its way to the internet and had left many drooling.
Mary Njoku looked pretty in her long train bridal dress, while majority of the guests were dressed in white, which was the color of the day.