London witnessed the largest gathering of who is who in the United Kingdom and Nigeria social circles recently when the lady of substance, Pryncess Yewande Olayiwola (aka Wendy Olayiwola) tied the knots with her partner of long standing, Dr Olugbenga Akeem Odutola in the most grand style.
The eye popping wedding had drawn various dignitaries from across the world with lots of accolade pouring for the beautiful bride and her most cherished husband as colleague, friends and family extol her good virtues as a good manager of men and women.
The wedding party,described as one in town was classy and of and high standard, described as the best well organised in London in recent times.
It witnessed the greatest assemblage of who is who in United Kingdom’s medical and general health profession drawing emotional encomiums as friends, associates, and professional colleagues extolled the bride’s good virtues and accomplishment as a worthy ambassador for her people, her country and her profession. Many claimed she even deserved more having given so much out from her bank of life medical experience.
“She was indeed paid back in her own coin as a woman of substance, a social icon, a charity executive, a kind personality who has served humanity through various charity works and as a community activist and medical expert” said a close associate.
Princess Wendy Olayiwola BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), RN, RM, DMS is a nurse with a difference who through her years of experience brought dignity to her profession, and single-handedly championed Sickle cell treatment and Management campaign .
A front- line Nurse and Midwife consultant, she is currently the President of Nigeria Nurses Charitable Association UK; A Member of Confederation of Black and Ethic Minority Nurses, Midwives & Health Visitors UK (CBEN) and Chief Nursing Officer BME Advisory Board Dept of Health UK.
She is the Chief Executive Officer of Wendy Associate Ltd UK and the founder of HEVMAND Network, an organisation that recognises and projects the positive contributions of BME Health Professionals to the UK health service.
Wendy also is the founder of Nigeria In Diaspora Leadership Initiative (NIDLI)- an initiative which involves mentoring scheme amongst others.
“My wealth of experience in diverse areas especially in the health services has endeared me to a lot of ways at improving human values and appreciating our uniqueness as a people. I strongly believe we own the ace to future development” she once said in a statement, ahich attests to her level of commitment and loyalty to her profession, he community and her country.