A child’s naming ceremony was turned into a club jamboree as Nigerian parents made the most of their marital life’s special milestone
The parents did their child’s naming ceremony by organizing club-like ‘Dorime’ at the event’s venue
A masked personality in orange overall led the way, bearing a lightened poster that read, ‘baby Khaleed naming’
A video from a child’s naming ceremony has got many people talking because of the way it was organized.
The Nigerian parents caused a stir at the occasion by doing a club ‘Dorime‘ for their newborn.
Nigerians react as parents do club ‘Dorime’ for their child on naming ceremony.
They turned it to a club. Since the Nigerian version of ERA’s Ameno went viral, a line in the song ‘Dorime’ has become a club language to indicate that a personality or group of people are about to spend more money on items than is necessary.
And club owners acknowledge the ‘Dorime’ language by treating the personality purchasing a special showing that includes using special effects fog, customer ladies bearing expensive drinks and so forth to deliver the customer’s request.
This was the same scenario that played out at the naming ceremony of baby Khaleed.
The first person on the line strolled as he held a special effects fog.
He is then followed by a personality with a white mask on an orange jumpsuit and held up a lightened poster that screamed, ‘baby Khaleed naming.’
Behind them is another person in the same orange overall wear who held up a lightened X sign.
A green masquerade completes the ‘Dorime’ train for baby Khaleed.