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Monday, February 10, 2020

Corps Members Wed In Full Regalia.....

Serving Corps members Mohammed Alhaji Musa and Hauwa Yahaya Bagudu,  wedded in Kano state and have sealed their love which began during the 3 weeks orientation camp in Kusallah Dam Karaye, Kano state in 2019 .....







The wedding reception which held at Nigeria Air Force Base in Kano was attended by the NYSC Kano state coordinator, Malam Baba Ladan and other NYSC officials and fellow corps members.


The state coordinator commended the new couple  and advised others to build relationships that would bring fond memories in the future.





35 comments:

  1. Congratulations to them...

    I like this no too much ceremony.

    Meanwhile, some people will break bank just to get married at the end na divorce. Life is simple oh...

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  2. There's money attached to it nu, i guess they wedded because of the money.

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  3. Hope their parents are aware ohh. That was how we had unofficial couples cohabiting in the University but never made it to the altar. Marital joy to you

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  4. So after the wedding they start looking for job?

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    1. Maybe they will continue teaching in the the sch they are doing their PP A.

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    2. Bagudu pikin no go struggle for job. Dem still get leg inside kabal

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  5. Congrats to them
    No parents or family members at their wedding.

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  6. This looks like a clips from a comedy film.....I love simplicity but dis is too weird abeg,like Dey don’t both have immediate family members to organize a decent wedding 👰? Na wa!!

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  7. Do they have a job yet or it's the 33k. What do I know sef .... Northerners are omo ijoba.

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  8. Anyway, Congrats to them. May their union be fruitful

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  9. The 2 weeks orientation in camp ( Maidugiri) remain the most beautiful and sweetest 2 weeks of my life.

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  10. Congratulations to the couple

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  11. Awwwww. I love this. So beautiful. Congratulations to them. May their marriage be full of blessings and blissful.

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  12. Ajuwaya una get liver o. Congrats anyway!

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  13. Congratulations to you both! May your marriage be fruitful..

    But it look like a joke to me, i dont know if am the only one that felt that way...

    It look too simple
    Congratulations once again...

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  14. For their mind now, they're on a regular 33k salary. Until after 12 months of service and no job, they'll realize what a mistake they have made to rush into Marriage. Unless they have side hustle that pays. But their reception picture does not indicate any bourgeois backing.
    Nan and pampers are expensive oo.

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    1. Hahahaha help me tell them oh. Not to talk of house rent plus sch fees. They think combined 66k mointhly na big money.

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    2. It will be well with them by God's grace. They took a leap of faith. There are many who had ostentatious weddings, where are they today?

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    3. Nysc give Corp members an amount if they get married during service year. I suspect they are after the money but what do I know, I might be wrong

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  15. they should pay them the money attached to it biko, i didn't hear about their parents attending the wedding.

    congratulations to you both for coming out with double certificate.

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  16. And why are two hausa people serving in Kano?
    Shouldn't they rather be in the south, like somewhere in Enugu?

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  17. Eya young love...…..reality will set in later.

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  18. This is hilarious, within 3weeks? No family member attended?

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  19. This cannot be a wedding, maybe a birthday celebration.

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    1. na baiday...lol...your comments so got me in stitches

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  20. What a joke, love that began 3 weeks in orientation camp......, proximity can make you like people more than you would naturally have, congratulations to them anyway!...they saved cost and they got the 'passing fame'

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