Honeymoon is better than destination wedding, says On-Air personality IK Osakioduwa

IK Osakioduwa might get a lot of people rethinking the amount of money spent on weddings as he says having a honeymoon is better than a huge wedding reception.

The multi-talented OAP made his views known on his Instagram page with a video on Tuesday, August 14, 2018. According to IK, it is a time to bond with your spouse away from the madness and distractions from your usual environment.

“Hey Peeps, some random #CoupleStuff. I think it’s important for people to start paying more attention to planning for a honeymoon. It’s soooooo important. You may not get the time for trips with your spouse for a while. Kids could show up at any time (even when you’re trying to wait). I’d say it’s even more important than having a HUGE wedding reception,” he captioned the video.

IK Osakioduwa apart from being one of the most multi-talented celebrities around is a well-grounded guy with some really interesting views on certain topics. Recall earlier in the year when he called out people living a fake lifestyle.

IK Osakioduwa comes for those living fake lives

If there’s anything you need to know about Ik Osakioduwa, it would be his knack for saying things exactly the way he sees them. And he is all about people living fake lives in his post which he shared on Monday evening, March 26, 2018.

The TV personality took to his Twitter page to address those pretending to be who they aren’t or living fake lives on social media. Of course, he made it hilarious which is really his style.

Ikponmwosa Osakioduwa is a Nigerian radio and television on-air personality. He was known to most just as Wildchild but since his marriage, has been known as simply IK. He is known for his work with Rhythm 93.7 FM, but he is also a presenter on MNet’s Studio 53, and is best known as the presenter of Big Brother Africa.

He was born in Lagos, Nigeria to homemaker Felicia Oviawe and Brigadier General Samuel Oviawe, he is the middle child of five children. I.k. started out on stage at a young age, acting in stage plays and being in the choir as early as age 7. At age 15 along with some of his siblings and cousins recorded a tape in which he pretended to be a radio show host taking calls from listeners. I.k. attended The University of Lagos where he got his start in the television industry on a show called Campus circuit television which aired on Africa Independent Television. After that he took a break from the industry to concentrate on his education and he graduated with a degree in Economics.

Ikponmwosa and Olohije Osakioduwa were married in a church ceremony on 3 October 2008 in Lagos after four years of friendship and a year of dating. In an interview with The Expatriate Magazine, “Olo was the only friend who seemed to get me and did not want to change me…”. The couple have two children Osahar and Micah. In May 2012 Osakioduwa lost his mother, Felicia Oviawe to cancer.

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