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Sunday, 5 May 2019

Oba Saheed Elegushi Marries Hadiza Tanko From Kano As Second Wife

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Oba Saheed Elegushi of Ikateland on Friday married a second wife in a Nikkai ceremony which took place in Kano state. Oba Saheed Elegushi who is one of the richest, finest and youngest royal fathers who reigns over the vast Ikateland in Lagos Island, married Hadiza Tanko as his second wife.
It was gathered that Hadiza Tanko, is the younger sibling of Salihu Tanko Yakasai, the Special Adviser to the Kano State Governor, Alhaji Dr Umaru Ganduje.
Hadiza is also said to be a ‘Business Development Manager’ at an oil and gas firm.
The first wife of the Lagos monarch is none other than the super stylish and gorgeous “Olori Sekinat Aramide Elegushi nee Ipaye.

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Oba Saheed Elegushi with Second Wife Hadiza Tanko From Kano
Oba Saheed and his delectable Olori have been married for 16 years. They are blessed with 3 beautiful daughters.
Many had speculated over the years about whether the Elegushi would marry more than one wife as tradition stipulates or remain loyal to Olori Sekinat Aramide, who he had met when they both were still at the University years back.
Only a rapscallion or brute from the bay of crooks could fault a King for exhibiting his divine right to love. Thus with no attempt at mischief, it couldn’t be wrong or distasteful for Oba Saheed Elegushi to fall head over heels in love again with another woman. And if the subject of his affection is none other than a drop-dead beauty, Hadiza Tanko, so be it.
You couldn’t fault Oba Elegushi for falling in love, and you couldn’t hate him for seeking her hand in marriage, even if you tried. Elegushi is reckoned to be at an impressionable age, his level of power, influence and street cred nevertheless, to actually take his eyes off fine females.
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In Africa, especially in this part, kings enjoy massive royal influence so much that if they chose to teem their palaces with as many women as they so wish, they are not expected to be questioned by any human, rather, they should be given all the support to make their wishes come to fruition; this overriding influence is so pronounced in the South West that the Yorubas call kings ‘Kabiyesi,’ which literally translates to ‘he whose actions cannot be questioned.
Interestingly, however, debonair Lagos monarch, Oba Saheed Elegushi, officially married his second wife, Hadiza Tanko, in Yankaba, Kano State, Friday, May 3rd. Drop-dead gorgeous and light-skinned, Hadiza works in an oil and gas firm and has reportedly been warming the heart of the young monarch for a few years especially whenever the stress of monarchy and business become overwhelming.

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Though sources at the palace have not categorically confirmed the disposition of the King’s first wife, Olori Aramide Sekinat, obviously, it should not have come to her as much surprise because he is a king and polygamy comes with the terrain.
The shock, for her, close friends say, is that she and the king were high school lovers and being so cosmopolitan and young, polygamy, perhaps, shouldn’t have occurred. But she thought wrong. Married in 2003 at a colourful ceremony that had two of Nigeria’s biggest musicians, King Sunny Ade and K1 De Ultimate, on the bandstands, they are blessed with three adorable daughters.
But as it is constant with everything in life, a change occurred. While Olori Aramide is still her beautiful self, her utopian role as the woman who titillates and tends to every need of the handsome monarch; the woman who ensures that the royal libido never lacks attention and excitement, has not dwindled. But, so besotted with the new Olori that Elegushi doesn’t let her out of his sight for too long else he would be lovelorn and forlorn.
In his early 40s, the Elegushi of Ikateland ranks as one of the youngest traditional rulers in the country. A graduate of the Lagos State University, he was a former personal assistant to the former governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. He also worked with former Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola before resigning in 2010 after it became apparent he would succeed his father as king of one of the largest and most exclusive communities in Lagos.
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