Abuja wedding: Billionaire Indimi’s daughter, Zara weds in grand style (First photos)

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Zara Indimi, the CEO of Tulip Bistro restaurant, and one of the daughters of oil magnate, Mohammed Indimi got married to her boo, Mo-hammed in Abuja over the weekend in Abuja.

The celebration was glitz & glamour.

We bring you first exclusive photos below:

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Zara and Mohammed
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Bride’s sister Rukayat Indimi
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Groom and little bride, too cute
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The couple and their angels
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Wedding Guests
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Korede Bello performing at the event
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Zara and her sister, Rukky
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Korede Bello catching fun with a guest
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cutting of the cake
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Guests taking selfie
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Another sister, Mrs Babangida having fun at the wedding
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Another guest having fun
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couple’s dance
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Korede Bello sings for the couple

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Also check out this video of Korede Bello performing at the event.

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Photo credit: Instagram

Ada Igboanugo

Fashion Enthusiast.

  1. please what happened to the groom’s surname. afterall zara is changing her surname isn’t she? We all know what her surname was, our point of interest now is what her surname will be from now on.

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