You won’t believe what Enioluwa did in Ghana during Moses Bliss’ wedding after the party ended very early (video)

  • Nigerian influencer Enioluwa made waves at Moses Bliss’s wedding in Ghana after he voiced his frustration over receiving just one plate of jollof rice
  • The lifestyle influencer also noted his displeasure at the time the wedding party ended and compared it to Lagos’ nightlife
  • The love ceremony, which took place in Ghana, the home country of Bliss’ wife, was attended by a host of Nigerian celebrities, including Enioluwa
  • In a chat with, Elorm, a Ghanaian living in his home country, reacted to Eni’s outburst about their wedding parties

Popular Nigerian lifestyle influencer Enioluwa Adeoluwa was captured raving at Moses Bliss’ wedding in Ghana after only being offered one plate of Jollof rice.

Recall that the famous gospel artist and his soulmate Marie Wiseborn had a star-studded wedding ceremony in Ghana, in his wife’s home country, who is also of British descent.

Read also

Moses Bliss and Marie Wiseborn celebrate white wedding with gorgeous giant cake, fans admire

Enioluwa drags Ghanaians at Moses Bliss' wedding
Enioluwa calls out Ghanaians at Moses Bliss’ wedding.
Credit: @enioluwaofficial
Source: Instagram

Many Nigerian celebrities showed up for the Kingdom power couple, including the well-known content creator Enioluwa.

Meanwhile, a trending clip sighted by saw the media personality complaining about getting only one plate of Jollof rice at the occasion and the country’s hot weather.

He further went on to voice out his disappointment at the time the wedding party ended at 7:42 pm and compared it to Nigeria’s bubbling nightlife.

Eni further expressed his desire to relocate every single Ghanaian to Lagos so that they can enjoy the energetic buzz of the commercial capital city.

Watch the video below:

Yet to witness a Ghanaian wedding party that ended early – Elorm

Following Enioluwa’s outburst about how Moses Bliss’ wedding party ended on time in Ghana, Elorm, a young Ghanaian man living in his home country, made some clearifications.

Read also

“Why you wan resemble Queen fiancé?” Lord Lamba shares new pictures in Paris, gets netizens talking

According to Elorm, wedding celebrations are planned according to the backgrounds and perspectives of the people involved, aside from that, he has yet to experience one that ended early.

In his words:

“The nature of wedding parties mostly depends on who the organizers are, the family and all.

“Moses Bliss’ lady is UK-based; leave us to be Africans, please.

“I haven’t witnessed a wedding party that has ended on time before. But I have heard of a few wedding parties ending on time. But trust me, it’s not the norm.”

Reactions trail Enioluwa’s video in Ghana compiled the reactions below:


“A whole Eni one plate you no do well Ghana. Do you know who he’s.”


“Why una sef go give am only 1 plate? For what.”


“Eni is so cute, if you don’t like him you’re the problem.”


“Is how veekee James stylishly avoided Medlinboss for me.”

Read also

Burna Boy renovates orphanage in Port Harcourt, netizens react to changes made: “He can do better”


“7:42 ke, when the night is still young.. God abeg.”


“This one no even no anything, Moses bliss even try wait till 7pm to finish wedding. If he has listen to his body ni, reception self no go hold. From church or court down to honey moon straight. You think say he easy.”


“Eni and food how will they give him one plate, such a disrespect.”


“His cloth later arrived Ghana. He should have joined the catering department to avoid this situation.”

Enioluwa tries Ghana Jollof for the 1st time at Moses Bliss’ traditional wedding

The Nigerian content creator tried Ghana Jollof for the first time at the wedding of Nigerian gospel singer Moses Bliss and his Ghanaian wife, Marie Wiseborn.

In the video, when the waiter asked him what food he would love to eat, Enioluwa opted for Jollof rice. He wrote on the video that the meal would be the first time trying it at a Ghanaian party.

Read also

Moses Bliss’ wife shares her side of the story on how they met: “Holy spirit told me to message him”

When the plate of Ghanaian Jollof rice and chicken was served, he took a spoonful and munched on it. He nodded his head to indicate that the meal was delicious.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *