All is now set for the 50th birthday party of Funmi Muse, a philanthropist and a socialite per excellent.
Funmi Muse who based in the UK with her family is a product of the prestigious Amadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Nigeria. She happily married to her husband, an I.T guru.
Funmi Muse who recently unveiled the activities lined up to mark her golden jubilee birthday which will hold in the UK, said she is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that the event is a remarkable one.
According to the elegant woman, the reason for celebrating her birthday is not just to make merry, wine and dine but to appreciate God’s faithfulness in her life for the past 50 years.
With the activities lined up for the epoch making event, no doubt the delectable Funmi Muse’s birthday party will be on the lips of many people for many years to come.
Funmi Muse, known for her taste for class and luxury will host friends and family members to a lavish 50th birthday party with the roll call top and world renowned business men and women, politicians, among others.
Part of the activities lined up for the celebration is an “All White bubu” Thanksgiving service slatted to hold on Monday, May 17, followed by a photo shoot.
The ladies with be treated to a special spa treatment on Saturday, June 27.
The Spa treatment will offer, full Spa experience, full body massage, leg massage only, Sauna facilities, and other variety of Spa treatments.
Ladies interested in attending the Spa treatment are urged to register to book whatever treatment of their choice and for their customised Spa robe.
The high point of the celebration is the luxury cruise on a yacht with exquisite local and foreign cuisines, exaltic drinks accompanied with thrilling music performance.
Plans have also been concluded for a popular Nigerian artiste to perform at the event.
According to the ever lovely, ever jovial Funmi Muse, over 100 people have indicated their interest to grace the celebration.
Funmi Muse is also renowned for her large heart, she has given many scholarship awards to indigent students both in Nigeria and abroad.