- The children of top politicians Atiku Abubakar and Nuhu Ribadu have tied the knot in a lovely ceremony
- Photos from Fatima and Aliyu’s wedding have surfaced in the online community
- Nigerians have also reacted to the wedding ceremony between the children of the politicians who are rivals
There was a buzz on social media some days ago after the news broke that the son of former Nigerian vice president, Atiku Abubakar, and daughter of former chairman Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nuhu Ribadu, would be getting married.
Well, the D-day has finally come as the two families came together to join their children Fatima and Aliyu, in holy matrimony in spite of their political differences.
Photos from the wedding ceremony which is currently going down in the country’s capital have surfaced on social media.
The bride was looking pretty in a lovely wedding gown while the groom rocked an agbada complemented with a turban.
Check out the lovely pictures below:
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As expected, the wedding ceremony between the two famous families has gotten several Nigerians talking on social media.
Many have also frowned at the wedding gown of Ribadu’s daughter which revealed some parts of her skin.
Read what people are saying below
"She’s too fine... It’s like I’m changing focus to the north now."
"Her dress is so gorgeous so is she."
"The northern elites children hardly cover up their hair like d middle class children wey carry d thing for head like gala. Fine babe."
"Corruption marry corruption ... Anyways May God bless their homes."
"Lolz, Ribadu a huge advocate for Sharia law has his daughter dress like Kim for her wedding. The hypocrisy in the country. This was same with Ganduje's daughter. Religion is for the poor."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Atiku has said he is proud of the work ex-President Obasanjo and himself did between 1999 and 2007.
The former vice president said Nigeria paid off her entire foreign debt while maintaining an unprecedented 6% annual GDP growth during the period. Atiku's words appear to be a response to President Buhari's statement blaming his predecessors for Nigeria's woes.
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