- Bashir El-Rufai, son of Kaduna governor, releases prewedding photos with his fiancee, Halima Nwakaego Kazaure
- The fact that there is an Igbo name in his fiancee's name has caused many to comment on the photos
- Some see it as just a political ploy to gain the support of the people of the south while others are of the belief that inter-ethnic marriage will help bind Nigerians together the more
The wedding bell is ringing in the home of Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, as one of his sons, Bashir, is set to get hooked.
In announcing his forthcoming wedding to his fiancee, Halima Nwakaego Kazaure, Bashir released a pre-wedding photo of himself showing her off to the world.
He posted a two-part photo on his Twitter account with the caption: "My Nwakaego and I."
His fiancée, Halima Nwakaego Kazaure, also shared two photos of them, one in traditional outfit and the other in contemporary attire, with a caption and a brief history of their affairs.
She noted that their relationship started from DM to where it is now. Showering him with affection she claimed that he is the only one that can tolerate her excesses as she is a control freak while also noting that he is her complete opposite.
The fact that Bashir's fiancee has an Igbo name has attracted a lot of Nigerians. He has been criticized by some for marrying an Igbo woman, while some saw it as a political permutation.
Check out some of their reactions below:
Another set of people see this as a binding force for the country and sent their congratulations to the couple. See their tweets below:
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actor, Williams Uchemba, who is also a known philanthropist had a pre-wedding photoshoot with his fiancee and released them on his Instagram handle.
Uchemba also announced the date of their wedding. According to him, the D-day will be Saturday, November 21, 2020. The couple is going with the hashtag #WilliamsGotTheOscar and sure many celebrities are ready to make it a trend.
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