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    No Women in attendance at President Buhari’s Son’s wedding

    Wedding fathia

    Photos from the wedding of the first family to yet another significant family in the North, has shown no women in attendance .

    People are wondering on social media, if this is a usual practice amongst the hausas, or it is just a clear emulation of the Taliban style.

    Photos from Nigerian President’s son wedding has left viewers asking more questions than rejoicing with the family.

    President Buhari’s Son’s wedding fathia

    For a popular family such as this one, it is hard to fathom the he fact that there was scarcity of women to attend the wedding.

    Dignitaries from all works if life within and outside Nigeria, flew in for the wedding and the President simply sat passively as usual.

    While the the family and friends made no hesitation in sharing photos, Nigerians are however noticing a weird line of events as they desperately seek to find the women at the event.

    Here are a batch of photos from the restless Femi Fani Kayode, as he rejoiced to have been present at the creme de la creme event.

    Watch him strategically placing himself with everyone to take photos after assigning someone to do so .

    Reposted from @real_ffk It was my pleasure to attend the wedding ceremony of Yusuf Buhari and Zahra Ado Bayero in Bichi, Kano state this afternoon.

    The crowd was earth-shaking, the gathering was remarkable and the ceremony was attended by so many leaders from all over the country.

    It was an honor to be there. May God bless this union. 🙏🙏🙏 (1)

    FFK expresses excitement to be in attendance.

    Reposted from @lindaikejiblogofficial First photos and video from the wedding of President Buhari’s son, Yusuf, to his bride, Zahra Bayero, in Kano.The wedding rite has been concluded with a dowry of N500, 000 paid.

    Guests at the wedding include Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, former President Goodluck Jonathan, Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar and many others.

    If this is a norm for ceremonies in the North, then Nigerians need to learn culture and traditions of other tribes.

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