Header Ads Widget

K1, Osupa, Atawewe, Saoty Arewa, Atorise & Co Dazzle At Islander Magazine's 10th Anniversary In Lagos


The evening of Monday 8th November 2021 saw a  galaxy of stars performing at 10 Degree Event Centre, along Billings Way, in Ikeja, Lagos when, Ola Mohammed, the Publisher of Islanders Magazine celebrated the 10th anniversary of the popular Lagos soft-sell magazine, The Islanders.


It was an all-white party and the over 250 celebrity ladies who stormed the party were all dressed in white.


The party was the talk of the town, that day, as the epoch event came along with the birthday celebration of its publisher, who became a year older on the day.

The highly colourful and eventful occasion saw the cutting of two well-designed cakes as guests were well received and entertained at the event. Foods and drinks were in abundance to complement the fun-filled night.

Performing on the night were top music stars like Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Marshal, K1 the Ultimate; King Saheed Osupa, gospel singer, Lanre Teriba aka Atorise, Alh. Sulaiman Atawewe, and popular Islamic musician, Saoty Arewa.

 Each of them took the stage by storm, as they wholeheartedly sang to entertain guests who came to celebrate with The Islanders magazine.


Those who gave eye-catching performances at the glamorous event were Islamic Hajia Ayishat aka Ummu Niyas, Arole Zamboo, and Alhaji Abdulazeez Ajobiewe. They were all thrilled about the event.




Dignitaries from within and outside Lagos stormed the venue for the remarkable event. Most of them play big in the entertainment industry and on the social scene. Each of them entered the hall in style as they dressed making different style statements. Notable among them were: Business mogul and Chairman of Bash Oil, Aare Bashir Fakorede and his wife, Yeye Are Bashir Omotayo Fakorede; top politician and law-making, Owolabi Alao Monsuru, aka Batola and wife Jolade Batola; Lateef folohunsho, Alh. Ojora Kazeem, Alh. Qasim Aniyikaiye; popular socialite, Alhaji Saoty Ramoni Omo Salawe and his committee of friends from the Island; Alhaji Sikirudeen and members of the Ijoko Agba palace from Ajah; not leaving out the presence of two royal princes of the Olubadan, Mogaji Oyagaga, Adegboyega Riliwan Usman and  Hon. Prince Ibrahim Asawale Asanike.


The official Disc jockey of the night was one of the fastest-rising female DJs in Lagos, Salami Kudirat Gbemisola popularly known as DJ Kulet. Her highly creative style added lots of flavor to the event most especially during the arrival of guests at the party.

Post a Comment