When daughter of Nigeria’s Vice President weds, see those who attend Updated for 2021


Updated: March 5, 2021

Getting married in Nigeria is a big deal. It’s big, expensive and glamorous. In the past few days, sons and daughters of powerful Nigerians have been getting married to themselves, triggering a conversation online, and questions about who will then marry the sons and daughters of the poor.

On Satuday, President Muhammadu Buhari attended the wedding of Damilola Osinbajo Daughter of Vice President and Oluseun Bakare in Abuja.

As usual, a host of governors and powerful Nigerians littered the place.

President Buhari and his wife Aisha Buhari joined by Parents of the Groom Mr & Mrs Bakare and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and his wife Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo join in a group photo with the newly wed couple Damilola and Oluseun Bakare during their wedding reception in Abuja on 17th Mar 2018

President Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo with Pastors Paul Adefarasin of House on the Rock, Bishop Mike Okonkwo of TREM amongst other spiritual leaders during the wedding reception between Damilola Osinbajo Daughter of Vice President and Oluseun Bakare in Abuja on 17th Mar 2018


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