Lai Mohammed shuts down Kwara for granddaughter’s wedding

Lai Mohammed shuts down Kwara for granddaughter’s wedding

Lai Mohammed, the minister of communications and culture, has closed down Oro town in Kwara state for his granddaughter’s wedding.

According to Kemi Filani, Lai Mohammed’s granddaughter Toyosi married Gbolahan Sambo in a traditional wedding performed at the minister’s mansion in Oro, Kwara State, on Thursday.

Lai Mohammed’s political supporters descended on the event to offer their support.

Lai Muhammed shuts down Kwara for granddaughter’s wedding

Addressing pressmen at the ceremony, Mohammed stressed that his political structure in Kwara remains intact and cannot be sunk.

“I am glad you noticed that I have here today the same people I have been working with within the last 20 years politically in Kwara.

“Though they tried to pluck me away from them, we interact regularly and we have almost become a family.

“I am not surprised even though I am delighted that they turned out in their numbers today to share with me the joy of this occasion.

“What this means fundamentally is that there is no difference politically between me and them and they still regard me as one of their leaders and I still regard them as my associates,’’ he said.

The minister reiterated that notwithstanding the disagreement in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state, his supporters and allies were still loyal to him.

“My political structure cannot be torpedoed because of disagreement. That is the essence of political structure: when you are strong enough to weather the storm that will necessarily come up, especially when it is time to vie for political offices,’’ he said.

Speaking on the marriage, the minister said the Yoruba culture revers the traditional rites as the most important marriage.

“As you can see, the bride was handed over to the parents of the groom which signifies that marriage is not just between two individuals but between families, communities, and at times two kingdoms.

“This is important because every member of the families the communities or kingdoms must ensure the marriage does not hit the rocks,” he said.

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