5 children of Nigerian lawmaker set to wed on the same day in Abuja

5 children of Nigerian lawmaker set to wed on the same day in Abuja

- A lawmaker in Abuja has disclosed that five of his children will be getting married on the same day and at the same venue in Abuja

- Honourable Hassan Usman Sokodabo has urged his constituents to honour the invitation

- Sokodabo is the lawmaker representing Abuja South federal constituency at the House of Representatives

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Five biological children of a Nigerian lawmaker are set to tie the knot on the same day and at the same venue in Abuja on Saturday, September 26.

The disclosure was made by the politician himself, Honourable Hassan Usman Sokodabo, who urged his constituents to honour the invitation.

The siblings comprised of three brothers and two sisters.

The lawmaker representing Abuja South federal constituency at the House of Representatives took to his Facebook page on Thursday, September 17, to make the disclosure.

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5 children of Nigerian lawmaker set to wed on the same day in Abuja

The politician urged his constituents to honour the invitation. Photo credit: Hon. Dr. Hassan Usman Sokodabo.
Source: Facebook

The lawmaker wrote:

"Invitation Invitation Invitation!!
"I want to used this medium to invite the esteem constitutes members, friends, family and political associate to joined me on the wedding fatiha of my three sons and two daughters that is slated on 26 September 2020....Inshah Allah.
"Venue and Time of each respective wedding fatiha is visible at the invitation card below
"Thank you in anticipation as you honor our invitation."

In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Bolanle Banwo has got people talking on Twitter after announcing that she recently got married to her best friend.

The young lady with the Twitter handle @BolanleBanwo noted that getting married to her best friend is the best feeling ever.

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Bolanle shared a loved-up photo of herself and her husband on the microblogging site and tweeps flooded the comment section of her post to wish her a happy married life.

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Despite the pandemic that halted many activities in Nigeria and around the world, couples in the country are going ahead with the wedding plans as they cannot wait to spend their forever together.

While many were congratulating her and wishing her all the best, a Twitter user with the handle @FaladeBoluwati3 was quick to remind Bolanle that marrying one's best friend does not mean there will not be issues in the marriage.

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