The untold story about Zahra Buhari’s wedding

Although it has come and gone, the wedding of  President Muhammadu
Buhari’s daughter,  Aisha, to Ahmed, son of a popular and wealthy
businessman, Indimi, will be regarded as one of the most controversial
in recent times in the country .

it all started as the wedding date was  reportedly shifted  twice. 
Besides, but for the First Lady, Hajia  Aisha  Buhari’ plea, coupled
with the quick  intervention of  some powerful northern elite, the
wedding would have been called off,  particularly after  an order  by
the President  who was not  pleased with the buzz it was  generating on
social media .

the  wedding came with some drama.  Spyglass gathered that  three of
the Indimi girls were barred from attending the wedding.  As disclosed
by some sources, one of the ladies,  Rahama, the estranged wife of
Muhammed   Babangida, was barred from attending,  following  her alleged
involvement in the widely reported altercation at the wedding
introduction held at the Villa in November.

It was also gathered   that her other twin sisters, Zahra and  Arena, were not allowed to witness the wedding.

had reportedly  insisted on recording the event with her mobile phone,
even when she was advised against doing such by protocols  inside the
presidential Villa.

her intention,  according to reports, was to capture  the delivery of
the traditional gifts made up of  boxes containing cash, jewellery,
clothes, bags, shoes and other gifts for the bride and the First
Family,  her refusal to comply with protocol resulted in an open
altercation with the security personnel on hand.

the dust over the ugly development was yet to abate, the President and
his wife were said to have been further infuriated by reports of the  
traditional gifts in the social media.  The leak  was  believed to have
come from the camp of the Indimis

So, as part of conditions for peace,  the three most controversial 
sisters were not allowed to attend the wedding in order  to appease
President Muhammadu Buhari’’ one of the  sources disclosed.

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