- Billionaire daughter Adama Indimi has tied the knot with the love of her life
- Indimi got married to billionaire Kogi prince, Malik Ado-Ibrahim
- Photos and videos from the ceremony have surfaced on social media
It is indeed a period of celebration for two wealthy and popular families from the Northern part of Nigeria following the joining of their son and daughter as husband and wife.
The bride Adama Indimi is the daughter of billionaire business mogul, Mohammed Indimi , while her husband is billionaire Kogi prince, Malik Ado-Ibrahim, who is the founder of Bicernery and owner of F1 team Arrows.
Indimi’s hubby is also the heir to the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland.
The traditional marriage rites of the lovers started on Friday, August 7, while the Nikkah ceremony took place on Saturday, August 8.
According to reports making the rounds, the two have been dating for a year before making the decision to move their relationship to the next level.
Photos and videos from the ceremony are already trending on social media.
Check out some videos from the traditional wedding rites below:
Another interesting video captured the moment some women were washing the hair of the new bride as they sang in unison.
Watch more videos below:
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Similarly, some family members and guests present posted photos from the ceremony using the hashtag: #shesaidiado.
See more photos and videos below:
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Some months ago, Adama Indimi celebrated the birth of her sister’s son with a heartwarming post shared on her social media page.
The excited aunty in her post expressed her love for little baby Noah by vowing that she would always be there for the little man.
She also told the newborn that her sister is the best mummy in the world.
Still in a related post about the Indimi family, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of Zahra, who took many by surprise after coming out to speak about her mental health.
The young lady revealed that she had been battling anxiety and depression for some time.
Zahra stated that, through her struggles with the mental illness, she discovered her passion for health and wellness.
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