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Pres. Buhari’s youngest daughter, Hanna, 22, set to wed Turad Sha’aban on Sept 4, 2020.


Pres. Buhari’s youngest daughter, Hanna After Returning From Dubai,Sets to wed Turad Sha’aban, the son of former lawmaker, Mahmud Sani Sha’aban

Buhari’s Daughters’ Wedding Has Been Fixed.

The wedding of President Buhari’s youngest daughter, Hanna age 22, has finally been fixed after her return from Dubai with her mother and following reports that made rounds weeks ago.

Below is her wedding invitation card and the wedding Fatiha will be held inside the Aso Rock Villa on the 4th of September 2020.

She is set to tie the knot with Mohammed Turad, a special adviser to Babatunde Raji Fashola, the Honorable Minister of Works and Housing.

As custom demands, the latest couple will receive blessings from their families in a practice that will involve the reading of the first verse of the Holy Quran in the presence of their immediate families/relatives.

In the invitation, the Emir of Zazzau, Alhaji (Dr) Sheju Idris wishes to inform the general public of the wedding Fatiha.

“In the view of the current corona virus pandemic and in compliance with directives of health authorities in Nigeria, usual gathering in such events will not be possible. He used the medium to solicit for prayers for the success of the occasion.

Hanan’s husband-to-be, Mohammed Turad, is a son to Mahmud Sani Sha’aban, an ex-lawmaker who represented Zaria at the Federal House of Representatives from May 2003 to May 2007.

Hanan who is the daughter of the President of Nigeria, is a first class graduate of Photography from Ravensbourne University in England.

She is a young fine art photographer from Katsina state northern Nigeria.

As the daughter of Buhari, she has lived a dictated by the expectations and responsibilities unique to her family’s position.

After her graduation in 2019 and return to Nigeria, she began to practice her profession.

But something happened in early January this year, when she took Nigeria’s presidential jet for a photoshoot in Bauchi state.

That singular act sparked a lot of controversy on various social media platforms with many asking if the country’s presidency is now family business.

When a lot of people lashed out on her, the Senior Special Assistant to the president, Garba Shehu, insisted that she was granted permission by the president and also a clearance from the National Security Advisor to use the presidential jet.

Just a few days ago, Aisha Buhari and Hanan, her daughter returned from a “medical” trip to Dubai but Nigerians are saying that she went there to buy wedding things for her daughter.