Why Zahra Buhari won’t have a royal wedding: Presidency
By News Express on 16/12/2016
Zahra Muhammadu Buhari and groom Ahmed Mohammed Indimi.
The Presidency has cleared the air regarding the circumstances of the wedding of Zahra, one of the daughters of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Presidential Spokesman Garba Shehu said in a post, Thursday, on his Facebook wall: “Zahra Muhammadu Buhari’s wedding to Ahmed Mohammed Indimi starting today is a celebrity event to savour any day. Much as the family wants to make their daughter happy they, however, will not make it a royal wedding.
“The President’s family is trying hard to keep it as simple as possible. Wedding Lalle, Fatiha, lunch event for the men and dinner for the women who must have come from far and near and the bride heads to her husband!
“In a twist from what was a norm amongst past leaders, the President asked to be given the bill for the food at the banquet. Government, he said, has no business paying for that.
“This should be treated as private. His family and personal aides put the money together to foot the bill. No government money in invitation cards, souvenirs or Aso-Ebi. That’s essential Buhari for you!!”
Source News Express
Posted 16/12/2016 08:06:45 AM
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