Mutual Hearts Valentines Ball 2017 was Indeed A Celebration of Love!

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 Mutual Hearts Valentines ball 2017 took place on Saturday, February 11th at Hilton Hotel Milton Keynes. Founder of the International dating organisation; Akuchi Oriaku graciously entertained guests at the exceptional event. The wife and mother of 4 also on the day launched her first Novel;  ‘Love Knots’. Multi award-winning filmmaker Obi Emelonye and wife Amaka were among other prominent individuals who attended the prestigious event.

Both singles and married came together under one roof to celebrate the season of love.  Mutual Hearts founder Akuchi started the evening with a keynote speech about relationships, love and family amongst other topics.

Music was by popular event promoter, Dj Abass, MC by Charles Emeka and entertainment by Acrobatic and dance performer Ras King Bobo. Speakers on the night include renowned Nollywood filmmaker Obi Emelonye; Specialist public health nurse; Nola Solomon, Minister and Public speaker Fola Omotunde, Counsellor Jasmer Chauhan & Kate Beckingham. They all gave interesting speeches about life, partners, marriage and love. 

During our interview with some guests, they talked about being happily married for over 30, 25 and 10 years. While others talked about how they met via online dating.

Mutual hearts Founder, Akuchi Oriaku also debuted her first novel ‘Love Knots’, at the event. Moviemaker Obi Emelonye promises to turn the novel into a movie in the nearest future.

Alongside Akuchi was her supportive husband Chigo Oriaku amongst friends and family. Apart from great hospitality, entertainment and motivational talks from well-experienced individuals, the event was a huge success and in support of Willen Hospice Charity.

 

Pictures From Mutual Hearts Valentines Ball 2017

 

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