On Saturday, travelers at Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal II (MMA2) were surprised to witness a unique event: the wedding of Olamide Alli and Abiodun Agboola.

Operated by Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Ltd. (BASL), the terminal hosted this special ceremony, which took place in a barricaded section of the departure area and was attended by about 50 guests.

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Mr. Kola Bamigboye, the Chief Operating Officer of BASL, remarked that this first-of-its-kind wedding showcased MMA2 as more than just a terminal.

 

He hoped that with the successful wedding ceremony, more people would like to wedding at airports.

“We like to bring people together. Its either you are travelling through our terminal or you are coming here to solidify your love,” he said.

Mrs Monica Oguta, the Head of Aviation Security for BASL,  said that the wedding was an opportunity to create value for airport terminals.

When asked if the couple were airport staff, Oguta said: They are just Nigerians who felt the idea is good.

“I started nursing the idea of an airport wedding some years back and when the opportunity came, we seized it.”

NAN reports that the  couple exchanged their wedding vows and rings at the terminal.

The wedding was officiated by Ms Oluwabukunmi Aminu, a vow coordinator.

A passenger, Mrs Abigail Babatunde, said she had never witnessed such a wedding before.