Nigeria was ‘lightning’ over the end of the week when President of the country, Muhammadu Buhari’s son Yusuf Buhari tied the knot with the girl of a prominent ruler in northwestern Kano State in Nigeria.
The splendid wedding pulled in huge loads of people, as it was a day for the offspring of two extraordinary characters in Nigeria.
The function began on Friday twentieth August through to Sunday August 22, in the midst of tight security at the royal residence of the Emir of Bichi, the lady’s dad, with a large number of well-wishers in attendance.
More than 70 personal luxury planes arrived in Kano yesterday to attend the wedding of the President’s son Yusuf Buhari and Emir of Bichi’s daughter Zahra Bayero at Bichi Central Mosque.
Armadas of personal luxury planes were seen stopped on the runway of the Kano air terminal, sparking shock among local people via social media. Several Nigerians were not happy.
Days sooner, the bride and groom had treated their companions pre-wedding celebrations with an extraordinary Polo competition, with the bride of the moment knockingsome people’s socks off at a ‘Frozen’ themed pre-wedding party.
Be that as it may, her jeweled pre-wedding party off-the-shoulder outfit drew the consideration of Kano’s Islamic police referred to as Hisbah as well as religious observers via social media.
Yusuf is President Buhari’s only son. The love birds met in the UK where the two of them studied. Among noticeable Nigerians who went to the beautiful function on Saturday were the country’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, former President Goodluck Jonathan, and Buhari’s opposer in the 2019 political race Atiku Abubukar.
Amidst all the fun at the wedding, Health bodies in Nigeria also expressed worry over the mass social event at the function following the new spike in Covid contaminations in the country, weeks after the profoundly infectious Delta variant was discovered.
In fact, there were few of them in facemasks at the illustrious wedding.
The interesting thing is, President Buhari signed the law that made it culpable for anyone not to submit to COVID-19 conventions, yet a large portion of his officials didn’t use facemasks at the function and didn’t even observe social distancing.
Meanwhile, popular Islamic cleric, Ahmad Abubakar Gumi, furiously scrutinized the impunity of the Nigerian ruling class at the wedding.
He deduce there is serious hunger in Nigeria, and people are facing all manner of problems, yet government officials spent public funds on personal luxury planes.