- For good reasons, there is joy in the family of Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora, the minister of state for health
- Mamora's twin daughters, Oluwadahun Taiwo and Oluwadara Kehinde, got married the same day
- Congratulating the minister on Sunday, October 31, President Muhammadu Buhari said it is a thing of joy for parents to witness the wedding of their children
News about the wedding of Senator Dr. Olorunnimbe Mamora's twin daughters, Oluwadahun Taiwo, and Oluwadara Kehinde, has brought joy not only to the minister of state for health but also to President Muhammadu Buhari.
The president in a congratulatory letter on Sunday, October 31, through one of his media aides, Femi Adesina, celebrated with the entire Mamora family.
In the letter to Mamora seen by PM News President Buhari noted one of the most joyous moments in the lives of parents is when their children are getting married.
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The president wrote:
“Parents experience different moments of joy in the lives of their children. Amongst these moments, none is more fulfilling than the attainment of adulthood and taking that important step into matrimony.
“On behalf of my family, I wish to extend our most heartfelt prayers and special wishes as your twin daughters, Oluwadahun Taiwo Mamora and Oluwadara Kehinde Mamora take this beautiful step into their new lives."
The president prayed that unions are blessed with happiness, strength, long lives, and compassion.
Why giving away my daughter in marriage to Buhari’s son is painful, Emir of Bichi
Meanwhile, the Emir of Bichi, Nasir Ado Bayero, had said giving away his daughter, Zahra, in marriage to Yusuf, the son of President Muhammadu Buhari, was a painful process because he was very close to his children.
The monarch made the statement during an interview with Daily Trust which premiered on Youtube on Tuesday, August 17.
The emir said he wished his daughter graduated from the university and stayed with him a little longer before getting married.
‘’She’s a young girl, only 20; and she’s in her final year in the university studying architecture.
“I would have loved for Zahra to stay and finish her school and live with me a little longer, but we cannot change what God has ordained, we can only pray and wish them a successful married life.’’