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Aminu Sanusi Embraces Marital Bliss

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Life, they say, begins at 40. However, there is another which begins for both sexes with a nuptial.

For Aminu Sanusi, son of the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, life began anew for him recently.

The young man got married to the love of his life Zainab Ali Bashir in a colourful ceremony which took place in Al-Furqan Mosque, Alu Avenue, Nassarawa GRA Kano.

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Attended by top personalities in the country, the bride and groom were honoured by worthy individuals such as Africa’s richest man and woman in Aliko Dangote and Folorunsho Alakija.

Indeed, for Sanusi, a new life has definitely started

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Remi Tinubu’s Dead Dream

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Nothing hurts like a certain dream that suddenly disappears like a mirage.

Ask Senator Remi Tinubu and she will tell you that this is indeed true.

In the wake of her election as senator-elect representing Lagos Central Senatorial District, she bragged about eyeing the office of the Deputy Senate President.

The fair-complexioned woman hinged her ambition on the fact that she was the most qualified woman for the office having won her senatorial district the third time.

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Tinubu’s dream, however, failed to come true, as she was not in contention when her colleagues in the Senate voted Omo-Agege to fill her most cherished office. For her, it’s definitely another dead dream.

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Again, Dimeji Bankole Goes Underground

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Losing an election is not something which Dimeji Bankole knows how to handle.

The dark-complexioned man was years ago the Speaker of the House of Representatives. His fall from grace, however, came when he failed to return to the exalted post leading to events that plunged him into obscurity.

In an attempt to bounce back, he contested the 2019 gubernatorial election under the ticket of Action Democratic Party (ADP) in Ogun State.

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Contesting alongside candidates such as Dapo Abiodun, Adekunle Akinlade, Gboyega Nasiru Isiaka and Buruji Kashamu, Bankole’s chances were indeed slim, as Abiodun was declared the winner of the Saturday, March 9 election.

The loss of the election appeared to have hit Bankole hard, as the man has gone underground again.

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Why Paddy Adenuga Isn’t Anticipating His 35th Birthday

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In days, Paddy Adenuga, son of billionaire businessman Otunba Mike Adenuga will clock 35.

Born in London, England on June 21, 1984, the fair-complexioned youngman is not in a haste to welcome his new age, as he says: “age is catching up on me disrespectfully.”

Once, friends and associates would have been gearing up for a club run, but Paddy has grown.

Under the employ of his father’s Mike Adenuga Group, Paddy was the Group Executive Director of GLO and Cornoil Producing. The young Adenuga was in the organisation between 2002 to 2006.

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On the grounds of a misunderstanding with his father, he left on a sabbatical to London where he did several  deals in the oil industry  partnering with Clyne and Clyne before returning to the country with a tale of how he almost bought Chevron Netherlands. Presently the CEO of both GLO and Cornoil Producing, Paddy is an eligible bachelor.

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On settling down, the bespectacled man has revealed that even at 34, he is still unable to understand women. Admired by some of the most beautiful girls in the world, Paddy could have a pick anytime, but no one has been identified with him.

Marriage is definitely the next phase for Paddy.

 

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