The Son to the President of Nigeria, Yusuf Buhari, is reportedly ready to be a family man in the next two to three months as he is set to get married Zahra Bayero, the daughter of Emir of Bichi in kano state, Nasir Bayero.
The Kano Princess, Zahra Bayero is currently in the United state studying Architecture, and she's also an ambassador to 9mobile telecom, she's from kano state, Nigeria and also the grand daughter of late kano Emir Ado Bayero.
DAILY NIGERIA confirmed that Preparations are on-top of gear for the event that will take place in the next two to three months from now. As the tradition provides, Yusuf Buhari and his parents have met with the parents of the bride to express the interest of their Son getting married to Zahra.
The source added; the event would have taken place earlier but due to the absence of the first Lady, Aisha Buhari, who recently returned from Dubai after six months of medication. Now the groom's mother has returned from her medical Trip, it's clear the weeding will take place after sallah holidays.
More photos of Yusuf Buhari bride-to-be, these photos were taken on her prom day in 2017 in Abuja.
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