- Risikat Azeez, the viral blue-eyed woman from Kwara and her husband, Wasiu Omo-Dada, have reportedly re-married
- According to reports, the two held a wedding ceremony in Ilorin, Kwara state on September 5
- Recall the mother of two had accused her husband of abandoning her and their two kids because of the blue eyes factor
- Shortly after she became an internet sensation, Omo Dada came out with his side of the story and the two eventually reconciled
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Congratulations are in order for internet sensation, Risikat Azeez as she recently got re-married to her husband, Wasiu Omo-Dada.
Recall Legit.ng earlier reported that Azeez whose photos went viral for her blue eyes - a feature which her kids share - had revealed that her husband abandoned her.
Shortly afterwards, the man identified as Wasiu Omo-Dada, came out with his side of the story, claiming he did not abandon her. It didn't take long before the two reconciled, posing together for a beautiful photo.
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Well, it appears Risikat's willingness to give her marriage a second chance saw her getting re-married to Omo Dada in a lovely ceremony in Kwara state, reports suggest.
In the photos currently making the rounds on social media, Risikat is seen sitting by her husband, wearing a lovely smile as she dons a beautiful blue gele with a matching veil.
Risikat whose professional makeup is evident looks everything like a beautiful bride.
The couple had a Nikkai ceremony which was well attended by their family and friends at one Alfa Ajijola-Anabi Compound, Aiyegbami, in Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara state on September 5.
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Meanwhile, on Friday, September 4, President Muhammadu Buhari and the First Lady, Aisha Buhari, gave out the hand of their last daughter, Hanan, in marriage to Mohammed Turad Sha’aban.
The wedding will be the first to be held inside Presidential Villa, Abuja, and it was in order to respect COVID-19 protocols.
Two Juma'at prayers were held at Aso Rock on the day, one for the regular Friday prayers and the second for the wedding.
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