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Five Children Of Nigerian Lawmaker Set To Wed On Same Day In Abuja

Five biological children of an Abuja lawmaker, are set to tie the knot same day.

Honourable Hassan Usman Sokodabo representing Abuja South (Abaji/Gwagwalada/Kuje/Kwali) Federal Constituency, has announced that three of his sons and two daughters would be getting married on the same day.

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The lawmaker shared the invitation card on his social media pahes, inviting friends, family and political associates to the wedding fatiha of his 5 children slated on 26 September, 2020, in Abuja.

Sharing some photos and the invitation card, Sokodabo wrote:

“Invitation Invitation Invitation!! I want to used this medium to invite the esteem constitutes members, friends, family and political associate to joined me on the wedding fatiha of my three sons and two daughters that is slated on 26 September 2020….Inshah Allah.

“Venue and Time of each respective wedding fatiha is visible at the invitation card below. Thank you in anticipation as you honor our invitation.” he wrote.

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KanyiDaily had also reported how a lawmaker was stripped completely naked and beaten to coma after being caught trying to have sex with the wife of a politician in Abuja.

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