Politics Why Babangida Did Not Serve Guest With Coke, Malt At Daughter's Wedding [Abuja Reporters]

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  1. RemmyAlex

    RemmyAlex Social Member Curators

    Former President, Ibrahim Babangida's daughter wedded last weekend at an event attended by the high and mighty in Minna, Niger State capital

    The 3-day event drew attention for many reasons. While many focused on the number of private jets, hired or owned, that landed on the Minna airport tamarc just for the wedding, many others were more interested in the politics of people from.different political camps sitting together on a

    Abuja reporters revealed that for the in a wedding of such magnitude that bottled drinks were not served during 3-day event drew attention of many political cliques.

    It was gathered that the financiers set out to put forward a message, that there are many more local drinks that are beneficial to the body than coca cola or Pepsi products or even the malt products.

    According to Abuja Reporters, guests were served with chilled zobo, various forms of Kunu, there were also straight juice drinks, like pineapple, ginger, and some mixed together in cocktails.

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    For those who liked to experiment with new things, they mist have been overwhelmed by the number of drinks that were seemed in gourds.

    “At the cultural night, which ordinarily should have featured dancing and singing for the bride, about eight states spread across Nigeria were chosen to present food and drinks which they served to people”, the medium said in its report.

    The local drink, it was learnt, was used to honour Maryam Babangida, the matriarch of the family, who championed of women empowerment.


  2. Nelson Lizzy

    Nelson Lizzy New Member

    Money good shaa
  3. chinyereezeh

    chinyereezeh New Member

    That's their choice anyway
  4. Jules

    Jules Social Member Curators

    Hmmm, you have IV to Babangida's daughter's wedding and Coca cola is your problem? That's how people remain in poverty for life
    • Funny Funny x 1
  5. onodi tochi

    onodi tochi New Member

    Poverty indeed
  6. Lequte

    Lequte Scientist Curators

    It's easier to slip a little something something into local delicacies. *Just saying.
    • Creative Creative x 1
  7. ekoon maggie

    ekoon maggie New Member

    Hmmmmmm. Wetin concern me
  8. koko bassey

    koko bassey New Member

  9. oluchi andrew

    oluchi andrew New Member

  10. John(jonoscar)

    John(jonoscar) New Member

  11. nwabueze onyedika

    nwabueze onyedika New Member

  12. chifulumnanya

    chifulumnanya New Member

    Na them sabi
  13. Samuel Arua

    Samuel Arua New Member

    I see it as a good idea and as effort to empower somebody and promote locally hygienically prepared products. The person that did it got some coins into his/her pockets. Yet It is Choice.
  14. Tochukwu1

    Tochukwu1 New Member

    its very good
  15. Sarah

    Sarah Member

    Hmmm,its nice
  16. Bishop

    Bishop New Member

    I think this is what i will serve to guests on my wedding day
  17. Mary Bola

    Mary Bola New Member

    Is choice now.