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Gumsu Abacha’s Pretentious Lifestyle after Marriage Crash

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At a point in time, beautiful Gumsu Fatima Abacha and  Cameroon-born billionaire, Bayero Fadil Mohamadou, were are an item.

With both, you could smell love even from several miles; and their romantic affairs had made them the envy of many.

Having studied each other like a book and felt comfortable to spend the rest of their lives together, they took their relationship a step further by settling down as husband and wife in 1999.

For 20 years, they made many celebrities go green with envy, and theirs was regarded as a marriage made in heaven.

Gumsu Fatima, the  lovely daughter of the late military dictator, General Sani Abacha, was in her own world, having the best of her status as a married woman.

Indeed,  she never wasted any opportunity to flaunt her handsome hubby either on their wedding anniversary or his birthday.

In return, her husband, a graduate of the Bates Collège in Lewiston Maine and the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn in New York City, showered her with money, gifts and  love.

It will be recalled that, when she turned 42 two years ago, her billionaire hubby organised a little party at the Pullman Douala Rabingha Hotel in Cameroon for her.  It was one of the  most classy birthday parties ever.

 In fact, a source  close to the couple said the love for each other was infectious, as Bayero treated her like a princess, and sent her flowers all the time.

However, all that stopped towards the end of 2019  when Bayero, updated his Wikipedia profile and stunned everyone with the news of his breakup with Gumsu due to irreconcilable differences.

That  sour development in the hitherto blissful home came exactly 20 years after they tied the knots at a grand ceremony in Kano.

In-between those two decades of marital odyssey, they had five children and they are expected to co-parent peacefully.

But if you think the mother of five is still sulking  over her failed marriage, you are totally wrong , as she is said to have moved  on.

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Emir Of Gaya, Alhaji Abdulkadir Is Dead

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Emir Of Gaya, Alhaji Abdulkadir Is Dead-

The Emir of Gaya, Alhaji Ibrahim Abdulkadir, is dead. He died on Wednesday morning after a brief illness.

Bashir Ahmad, an aide to President Muhammadu Buhari confirmed the monarch’s death in a Facebook post.

“As announced by Abubakar Aminu Ibrahim, the SSA on New Media to the Governor of Kano State, our Amir, the Emir of Gaya Emirate, Alhaji (Dr.) Ibrahim Abdulkadir is dead, ‘Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji’un’! Bashir wrote.

“The Emir was a great leader, he was born in 1930, 91 years ago, and had been on the throne for more than 30 years.

“May Allah (SWT) accept his good deeds, grant him Jannah Al-Firdaus, and grant his family and the entire Gaya Emirate the fortitude to bear this great loss. Ameen!” he wrote further.

Alhaji Abdulkadir is among the emirs installed by the governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, in 2019, after he split the Kano Emirate into five. The new emirates are Gaya, Rano, Bichi and Karaye.

His death follows that of the Emir of Rano, Abubakar Illa Tafida, who died on May 2, 2020.


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King Sunny Ade Losses Wife, Risikat Ajoke Adegeye

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Honorable Risikat Ajoke Adegeye, a former member of the Lagos State House of Assembly, and wife of the legendary musician, King Sunny Ade, is dead.

According to a statement released on behalf of the family by George Folarin Olawande, Adegeye died in the early hours of Tuesday after a brief illness.

The cause of death is unknown at the time of this reporting but it was stated that further information concerning her burial will be communicated to the public in due time.

The statement reads in part: “We wish to formally inform, friends, well-wishers, political associates, and the general public that Hon. Risikat Ajoke Adegeye passed on after a brief illness during the early hours of Tuesday, 21st September 2021.

“Hon. Risikat Ajoke Adegeye was an Honourable Member in the 6th Assembly of the Lagos State House of Assembly.

“She will be greatly missed not only by her immediate family but also by her political associates and followers.

“Further information in respect to her burial ceremony will be announced later after extensive consultations with the family.

“Thank you as we pray that she continues to rest peacefully and eternally with the Almighty God.”


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Olugbo Of Ugbo, Oba Akinruntan Hosts Second Edition Of Turf Federation Games 

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Olugbo Of Ugbo, Oba Akinruntan Hosts Second Edition Of Turf Federation Games 

In a bid to foster continuous unity among Nigerians at a time when Nigeria is struggling to remain united as an entity; members of the Turf Club Federation of Nigeria is doing everything within their capacity in line with its core values and mission statement in maintaining peace, stability and unity within Nigeria as they visited the Olugbo of Ugbo, Oba Dr. Fredrick Enitiolorunda Akinrutan OON at his palatial palace in Ode-Ugbo; Ilaje Ondo state last week on a courtesy visit and to show appreciation for the pivotal role he played in the maiden edition of its Turf games held in Bida; Niger state recently.

The delegation’s visit was to further commend Olugbo for finding time out of his tight itinerary to attend the maiden edition of the Turf game dedicated for horse lovers across the country where they converge under one umbrella to display cultural aesthetics among other things to further solidify Nigerians beyond the tribal narrative that is used to weaken our unity.

In the cause of the courtesy visit; members of the turf club through the leadership of the Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence Sultan Muhammed Saad Abubakar III, disclosed their readiness to allow South-West Nigeria to host the sophomore edition which would be hosted within the kingdom of Olugbo and Kabiyesi Akinrutan as the host.

Olugbo Of Ugbo, Oba Akinruntan Hosts Second Edition Of Turf Federation Games 

Olugbo Of Ugbo, Oba Akinruntan Hosts Second Edition Of Turf Federation Games

This information was contained via a duly signed letter, dated 10th of August which states that: “The federation has resolved to honor your majesty with the hosting rights of the 2nd edition of the prestigious National Horse Racing Derby in your kingdom; this will be the first of its kind to have horse lovers, jockeys owners and sports enthusiast hosted outside of Northern Nigeria”

After the parley; Olugbo’s cultural team displayed the rich Ugbo cultural heritage via songs, dance and its menu. Thereafter, members of the Turf Federation gifted Olugbo a horse as a sign of appreciation for his immense support for the sport and how he has worked assiduously to foster unity and peace within the country. A substantial date for the second edition to be hosted in Ugbo is yet to be announced but Kabiyesi disclosed that; after due consultation with stakeholders and chiefs within the kingdom; an appropriate time will be fixed so the whole kingdom will be in top gear to host visitors who would be coming for the event.

“We are willing to make the second edition an experience that would never be forgotten. We would make sure we put every necessary plan in place to make sure the event is successful. We will also make sure that everybody who attends will never forget in a hurry. We Ilaje people are accommodating and our sense of hospitality is unmatched. We are ready to host the tournament and i thank the members who found me worthy of such a great gesture. I appreciate you all. we will keep working creating a positive synergy to make sure Nigeria is stronger in Unity”. Oba Akinrutan disclosed


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