- Social media reactions have continued to trail Babangida Sadiq Adamu's marriage
- The APC youth leader married two women on the same day in Abuja on Saturday
- Adamu said it was a dream come true for him, as people have been sending best wishes to the newly-wed
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Babangida Sadiq Adamu, a youth leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), caused a massive buzz and frenzy on social media after tying knots with two different women on the same day.
Adamu married on Saturday, March 7, in Abuja to his beloved women named Malama Maimuna Mahmud and Malama Maryam Muhammad Na'ibi.
The first wedding Fatiha held at Kado Bmiko Juma'at Mosque, beside Kado Bmiko Primary School, 1st Avenue Gwarinpa at 10:00 am, while the second took place at Garki Village Central Mosque, Garki II Abuja at 1:30 pm.
Speaking on why he resolved to use a single stone to kill two birds at a time, Adamu who is reportedly in a Real Estate business said it was his childhood dream to marry two women on the same day.
"For long it is my dream to marry two women on the same day, some people felt that it was not possible but God has made it happen," he said.
Preyer Pieces wrote
"Please why can't women marry two men too? E go gel well well .. if the man the other man tire you .. you change am ..go stay with the other one .. how una see am .. E choke ba?"
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James Gabriel also commented:
"Congratulations to you sir. May Allah grant you a happy home and blessings beyond."
"Congratulations oh oga. I pray for peace for you."
Meanwhile, A Ugandan man has narrated how he fell in love with his high school sweetheart whom he married recently in a grand wedding.
Bosco Sekiranda said he met Mercy Lunkuse in high school in which he was a day scholar while she was boarding.
Speaking to My Wedding, Bosco said that his parents could not afford to give him pocket money for lunchtime in their days in school as they were poor.
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