- A councillor in Nasarawa state identified as Ibrahim Oboshi has reportedly married two women on the same day
- The councillor reportedly wedded the first bride around 10am, after which he married the second wife around 12pm at a different location
- Oboshi is the councillor for Iwogu ward in Keana council area of Nasarawa state
Ibrahim Oboshi, a councillor in Nasarawa state, has reportedly married two women on the same day.
Oboshi, who is the councillor for Iwogu ward in Keana council area of Nasarawa state, reportedly married Nazira Ozegya and Rabi Akose, on the same day.
According to Lailasnews, the wedding was held on Tuesday, March 28.
Legit.ng notes that the councillor was said to have married Ozegya at 10am in Keana, after which he married Akoshe in Obi, at a different location around 12pm on the same day.
Below are pictures of the brides and groom:
Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man walked down the aisle with two women at the same time and photos from the white wedding circulated the internet.
When a non-Muslim man marries more than one wife, his choice is questioned by preying eyes who beg to understand the rationale behind his decision.
On a basic level, people wonder how he is able to manage two women when keeping one is considered a herculean task.
However, all that is not a problem for this young man who had internet users rather amused over his choice of marrying two women on the same day.
The photos from the white wedding made wave online and people wished him luck in the new chapter of his life.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man has shared a story of how he and others were abandoned by Nigeria and recognised by other countries.
The man identified as Chidozie Ojobor said after he and some of his friends passed a scholarship designed for first-class Nigerian graduates who wanted to pursue both masters and PhD in any top 25 universities in the world, their hopes were dashed.
According to him, in 2014, ex-president Goodluck Jonathan introduced the Presidential Special Scholarship (PRESSID) so as to build a strong team of brilliant Nigerians who will come back to serve the country years later.
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