Monday, 12 March 2018

Meet Jamil Abubakar, Fatima Aliko Dangote's husband-to-be

As wedding bells are ringing for the elite couple, a little details of the husband-to-be, Jamil has surfaced online. In an interview, the pilot opened up about his career, and hobbies. "I love speed. Even as a kid, I loved speed. Before now, I used to ride power bikes. You can see some scars on my body even though most of it has gone. I like to ride a lot; I love fast machines. I am sure I have told you this before.  My dream of becoming a pilot started at the age of 4, he revealed.
Speaking to YES International, he said he loves speed and has harboured the dream of being a pilot since he could walk. He was also revealed to be very close to a lot of Nigerian celebrities and went on to mention  names of his closest pals. Such as Vector, Wande Coal, Wizkid, Davido, K-Cee, Ice-Prince, M.I.
What most people are happy to know however, is the impressive collection of luxury items, the soon-to-be husband owns. Some of them include expensive cars, an array of top designer wristwatches, and other luxury items with fancy labels.
Fatima Aliko on the other hand works as a Corporate Strategy Specialist in Dangote Industries Limited.

The couple are set to walk down the aisle in a series of events. The first episode of pre-wedding dinner was held on March 10. The next phase is a traditional wedding in Kano, set to happen on March 15.

Actress Maryam Charles shares pains of Dapchi schoolgirl’s mothers on
International Women’s Day
Nollywood actress Maryam Charles has joined her voice with the rest of the world to speak on the recently abducted Dapchi schoolgirls. The actress seized the opportunity of the International Women’s Day to address the pains and agonies of the mothers of these schoolgirls who were whipped away by Boko Haram on February 19. The actress took to her Instagram page to write about the feelings of the mothers and herself as a woman. She also celebrated all women working to support their families in one way or the other.
She wrote: “We celebrate International Women's Day, but for mothers in Dapchi, Yobe state, the day was bad. Their children are still missing having said to be taken away by Boko Haram. I am heart broken by this and I can't even imagine what the mothers are going through at the moment. I really do hope they are found soon. To all women working to provide a better life for themselves and their family, don't stop, keep striving, and keep working. The voices that seek to stop you may be many but, don't listen. You are strong, you are brave. 
I really hope our government is doing all they can to bring the girls back home because every minute wasted is a shame on our great nation. #nollywood
#nigeria #yobe #bokoharam #actress #MaryamCharles”

By Mercy Kukah

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