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Monday, 16 January 2017

Aisha Buhari's Daughter Zahra's SSisters-In-Law Already Having Issues With Them?

A report on the social media is that all is not well. In less than a month after the ‘royal wedding’ of billionaire son, Ahmed Indimi to President Buhari’s daughter, Zahra, the Indimi sisters — Ameena, Yataka, her twin sister, Zahra, aka, Ya’Gumsu, and the estranged wife of Mohammed Babangida, Rahama are said to be up in arms against First Lady Aisha Buhari.

The sisters, who were "barred" by Aisha Buhari from attending Zahra’s wedding in Abuja on December 16, have started casting aspersions on their in-laws subtly on social media...

According to Kemi Ashefon, this pay-Aisha-back-in-her-coin gesture kick-started on December 31, 2016 when Premium Times, an online news portal published a story on the budget.

Written by one Hassan Adebayo, the story entitled, “Presidency’s ‘kitchen equipment’ gets N100m despite N325m spent before” revealed how the Nigeria’s Presidency planned buying new “kitchen and catering equipment” for N100.8 million in 2017, which was contained in a proposal sent to the National Assembly.

One of the sisters, Zahra [aka Ya’Gumsu] who is twin to Ameena, put up the bromide of the publication on her Instagram page and captioned, “What happened to the old kitchen equipment? can they pls give it to me since they are buying new ones.” (sic)

Then, one of her followers, which obviously must be a friend chipped in: “It'll be on a blog by morning o Zahra Indimi begs in law for old kitchen equipment.”

Then another said, “infact if I had a blog I'd put it up myself for ratings.”

Then Ya’Gumsu replied, “pls so let them dash me, 325 mil worth of kitchen equipments, I can open 60 restaurants with that.” (sic)

Moreover, the sisters, including Rahama, the estranged wife of Mohammed Babangida, have been posting pictures and videos of the marriage rites of their brother, Mohammed Indimi and Fatima, a niece of the former Borno State Governor, Ali Modu Sheriff, a culture that didn’t obtain when Ahmed married Zahra. All pictures from Zahra Buhari's wedding emanated from the First Lady media office which made use of Instgram and twitter during the ceremonies.

There was no post on the Abuja wedding on the Indimi sisters' IG accounts!
Obviously, Buhari’s wife seems to have understood the game plan surrounding her daughter’s marriage into the family a little too late as some people have argued and she has since moved in to stabilise the home of her daughter.
Aisha was said to have been put off by the undisciplined attitudes of these ladies, especially during one of the marriage rites known as Lefe. That ceremony witnessed the giving of 30 Louis Vuitton customised boxes as gifts to Zahra Buhari which KALH learned was the reason she pointedly warned Ahmed to keep his elder sisters away from all the activities leading to the wedding ceremony until after he was officially married to Zahra.