- Pasuma has taken to social media to share a short clip from the Islamic wedding ceremony of his daughter
- Te proud father held his daughter's hand as they walked in the lovely video
- Pasuma also dropped an emotional statement about letting kids go when they come of age
It is indeed a moment of joy for popular fuji maestro, Wasiu Alabi Pasuma, who has been given the opportunity to witness the wedding ceremony of his daughter, Barakat.
The proud father recently took to Instagram to share a beautiful post as well as a video of his daughter and her groom for their Nikah ceremony.
In the video, Barakat donned an all-white outfit and a veil, while Pasuma rocked a traditional outfit as people accompanied them.
In the caption, the fuji maestro talked at length about the bond he has with his daughter, and how it is quite hard for parents to let go of their precious children.
He also sent his best wishes to the new couple.
Excerpt from the post read:
“The beauty and challenge of parenthood is that as tightly as you would like to hold on to your precious one, you continually need to let go”. I now truly understand that there is nothing like seeing your tiny tod all grown up and dressed in the bridal attire for her Big Day. I must tell you, there is no such sacred bond like father and daughter."
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Fans of the fuji musician took to the comment section to congratulate him.
Read some of the comments below:
"Congratulations, May God bless her family."
"Congratulations sir, God bless their union."
"Amen. congratulations to you sir."
"Congratulations Daddy. May you witness the rest, nobody will replace you in mighty name."
"Congratulations Baba iyawo."
"Congratulations my brother."
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She specifically talked about what she had when she deiced to leave and how she pieced her life back together.
According to the entrepreneur, she left the marriage a broken and poor woman.