President Muhammadu Buhari’s son whose name is Yusuf Buhari is set to marry the princess of kano state. Zahra Bayero is the daughter of Emir of Bichi in kano State. As the tradition will have it a pleading anonymity must be done in which involves the president and his wife meeting the groom's parent that it’s the Emir and his household and his household to discuss Yusuf interest in their daughter. Research has it that the two couples to be are both an educationist, Yusuf graduated in 2016 from the university of Surrey, Guildford, in the United Kingdom, while the bride Zahra Bayero is still currently studying architecture in the United Kingdom. Sources has it that in the next two or three months the ceremony will held. Thou this ceremony should have been held earlier than this but the groom's mother in person of the first lady Aisha Buhari had recently just returned from a six-month trip but the occasion is set to commence after the sallah holidays.
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