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Saturday, 9 September 2017

Kogi Governor, Yahaya Bello Welcomes Baby Boy With His Third Wife

Hajia Hafiza, the third wife of the Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello took to her official Facebook page to announce the birth of their son.

She adding that she and the baby are doing well.







“Alhamdullilah! Alhamdullilah! Alhamdullilah!
I am overwhelmed with happiness. My heart is full of joy. It is all good news, good news and good news, within and around me.
Dearly beloved! Allah has blessed me with another bouncing baby boy. We remain grateful to Him for his mercy and protection.
Alhamdullilah, the baby and myself are doing very fine. Thank you for your prayers and show of love.
Goodafternoon.”



Third wife!...Wow!...Congratulations to them

12 comments:

  1. Congrats and welcome to our wonderful world, little 👼!

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  2. And very beautiful...congrats Kogi "3rd" Lady

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  3. This man should just get to work. He is oweing too much

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  4. Third wife??? And he's going to maintain them with the state money.
    I wonder who voted these type of men into power.

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  5. This man knows how to marry beautiful women sha.
    I wonder what age he started marrying them because he is just early 40s.
    To take care of 3 homes in this era ain't beans.
    Congrats to them.

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    1. No wonder he cant pay salary

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  6. He has four wives.

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  7. Congratulations Hajia, may God bless the new addition. However please don't kill yourself, giving birth is not a competition you had twin boys not quite 18 months ago. Your husband has kids and will have more but you should be responsible for your own health. Space your children well madam.

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  8. Madam stop giving birth anyhow. You are not a fowl. You gave birth to twin boys just March last year. I know you have money and it is not a problem for you but what sort of role model do you want to be for the poor Kogi women. Women in polygamous relationships tend to have this silly competition going on, they either want to have equal number of children with their co-wives or even have more. Forget it, if your husband has not married the fourth wife, I'm sure the new bride will be on the way. Let's do a quick logic here, he's just 42 or 43. When he marries the number Islam permits in a few years he will want a 5th wife and he doesn't want to go against Islam so he will divorce one. He will never leave his first wife she was with him when he had nothing moreover she's highly educated and runs his businesses so she can be independent if necessary. The second wife is a correct Edo chick, she has knacked enough pigeon on his head and even usurped the first wife to be first lady so that one no dey go anywhere. The 'fourth wife' will still be young with young children. So it's logical to kick you out madam 3rd lady. If he doesn't, I hope he won't do the same thing the late GovernorLawal of Ilorin did to his third wife. That was how that one rush born 4 in like 5 yrs. The guy liked her but since writing will is unislamic or maybe he didn't update the will. Everything went to the first and second wife. The first wife was adamant that they share the things equally with the 3rd wife since she had the youngest children but the 2nd wife no gree o. I doubt they have shared Lawal's things till now over 10 years after his death. Meanwhile the children of the 1st and 2nd wives were already established so they didn't need the things but the person that needed it the most could not get it as at the time. Madam 3rd lady be careful.

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    1. Mehhhnnnn!!!! See analysis, its very important for women to empower and own themselves sha. Not even feminism but avoid putting yourself at the mercy of a man. Political appointments come and go, you can't return children if you don't want them again.

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    2. Kai, this analysis, eh nah gaskiya batunre. QED@atm

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