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So Lush! HRH Sanusi Lamido, Toolz, Lisa Folawiyo & More Fab Guests at Access Bank Day 2016 – Polo Charity Match



Sanusi Lamido and Tolu Oniru-Demuren

Sanusi Lamido and Tolu Oniru-Demuren

Sun! Cocktails! Fab guests!

We can’t get over Access Bank‘s fun and stylish polo game held on Saturday 16th July 2016 in Windsor, UK.

The event in collaboration with Fifth Chukker marked the Access Bank Day 2016. The event was aimed at raising money to help support UNICEF‘s projects in Kaduna.

Some of the guests spotted at the event include HRH Sanusi Lamido, Toolz, Lisa Folawiyo, Ono Bello, Colette Otusheso and Elohor Aisien.

Jamie Simmons, Access Bank’s UK CEO as well as Access Bank’s Group Managing Director Herbert Wigwe, and Head of Corporate Communications Amaechi Okobi, were also present at the event

Fab guests at the event!

HRH Sanusi Lamido

HRH Sanusi Lamido

Sanusi LamidoSLS Shoe

OnoBello and Joan

OnoBello and Joan

Colette Otusheso & Kweku

Colette Otusheso & Kweku

Lisa Folawiyo & Sara D

Lisa Folawiyo & Sara D

Herbert Wigwe

Herbert Wigwe



Toolz & Kweku

Toolz & Kweku

Ngozi and the CNN Team

Ngozi and the CNN Team

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Designer Lisa Folawiyo heads into town in Miu Miu Sandals @miumiu

A photo posted by BellaNaijaStyle (@bellanaijastyle) on

Elohor Aisien in Roksanda’s silk Morocain Lorette dress at the Access Bank Polo Game today

A photo posted by BellaNaijaStyle (@bellanaijastyle) on

Highlights from the polo match!
At the event, Jamie Simmons and Herbert Wigwe both explained the benefits of the money raised through the event in support of UNICEF for care and education projects in Kaduna.

The highlight of the day was the Emir’s cup with the local team Delaney and Keffi Ponies battling it out for the top prize.

The teams were patroned by Damian Duncan and Ahmed Wadada. After a rigorous and entertaining game, Delaney won with a final score of 7-6.

Prizes were presented by the Emir of Kano.
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  1. tony

    July 23, 2016 at 11:45 am

    Fake life… country is a shit hole you are sponsoring senseless events… bring those funds and give farmers in Nigeria. Access Bank tries too hard!!

    • cos I say so

      November 30, 2016 at 4:04 am

      Err Uncle Tony, the reason for the event is to help sponsor Unicef project in Kaduna… e hear
      Next time… read!!!

  2. Anon

    July 23, 2016 at 11:46 am

    Nice. Pictures. The snazzy Emir. Kareema aka Moyo right?

    • Fifi

      July 23, 2016 at 5:02 pm

      I was confused for a moment, Ono Ono i hail ooo, let Cheeseburger catch you, runs girls united reunion eku gbadun ???? tuale

  3. No free lunch.

    July 23, 2016 at 12:07 pm

    Congratulations to Access. Breaking barriers, extending borders; savvy and with good business sense.

    Please let other regions in Nigeria and their own critical needs be highlighted and given access to development and trade abroad through such “”charity”” events and fora as well. e.g. The Niger Delta, ( oil spill, gas flaring, ecological damage and devastation, etc), the South-East (erosion, etc).

    Ladies, ladies, ladies, please COVER/HIDE the cellulite! When will you learn? How often must you be told? By how may people/commenters? It’s not pretty! It’s not appealing! It doesn’t look good! Not on your thighs, not on your arms, nowhere! Flabby arms, flabby thighs, nope! Not all trends and fashions are for everyone. Work what you’ve got, not what you haven’t got! (And that doesn’t mean if you’ve got big boobs or small/normal but firm, upright boobs you need to be shoving cleavage in our faces. NO! That’s trashy.) When making buying decisions about clothes seen on the runway, consider your own body shape, your own body’s (exposed parts) fitness and firmness, and your own skin colour; that the runway model’s skin colour goes perfectly with the colour worn doesn’t automatically guarantee it’s the very best colour for your own skin tone and will bring out your best.

    And as for those shoes … so gaudy! Expensive does not equal classy, nor regal.

  4. nwa nna

    July 23, 2016 at 1:33 pm

    Peeps looking like money, walking like money & probably smell like money 🙂

  5. artklub

    July 23, 2016 at 2:00 pm

    Unpaid salaries, pension: Over 1,300 die in states …succumb to illness, frustration, others
    Sanusi, back to you and your shoes….

  6. Iledun.

    July 23, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    Kudos to Access Bank. It would have been nice to know that British nobility, if not even royalty, British socialites, British London socialites, British and UK business moguls, hedge funders, celebrities, some UK who’s who, also from other ethnicities, attended. Also, to see pictures of crowds, in the stands, packed stands, and on the grounds.

    It can only get better.

    Hope the charity and events on the global scene extend to other states and parts of Nigeria.

  7. Tiana

    July 23, 2016 at 3:28 pm

    Chief chief.. no won gree..

  8. Missappleberry

    July 23, 2016 at 5:13 pm

    BN is so worldly. Must we know most of their attires or whatever are straight off the runway??? Besides, u forgot the girl in the “ngozi and cnn team” pic is wearing the same white ruffle dress by self portrait that Beyoncé wore at Serena’s game ?

    • Jane

      July 23, 2016 at 5:33 pm

      Ms Appleberry, some of us noticed it before bellanaija even pointed it out. It doesn’t make us worldly dear, we just love fashion

  9. Mia

    July 23, 2016 at 5:28 pm

    Money dey for Naija oh.

  10. st cathy

    July 23, 2016 at 8:24 pm

    They are not even showing off skin- Mrs Demuren excepted- and they look so stylish, so classy, so beautiful- I’m sure I’d look dowdy if I covered up so much. money doesn’t buy class eh? lol, looks like I just threw shade at myself. And maybe someone else.

  11. ...just saying

    July 24, 2016 at 5:44 am

    LOL! So Toolz likes to pose with A list achievers, yet she was forming celebrity saying no pictures when my aburos wanted to honour her recently.

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