Ita Giwa’s Daughter, Koko Set To Marry In September

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Senator Ita Giwa and daughter Koko
Senator Ita Giwa and daughter Koko

The second daughter of Senator Ita Giwa, Koko, has picked September for her wedding to her fiancé, Chimaobi Shawcross Obioha Jr, who is the son of Ita-Giwa’s close friend, late Chief Shawcross Godwin Moore Obioha.

Though Koko just clock 23 this July, she is described as very cultured and brilliant. A graduate of the University of Essex, United Kingdom, she recently completed her second Masters degree.

Koko and fiance
Koko and fiance

Koko reportedly spent the best part of her childhood years shuttling between the UK, Abuja and Sisi Abah Folawiyo’s home in Lagos.

For associates, admirers and acquaintances of the former Special Adviser on National Assembly Matters to former President Olusegun Obasanjo, the wedding promises to be one of the most talked about events in town come September.

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