A young fellow from Tamale, the northern local capital, has sent stun waves to his companions in the wake of passing on not long after reporting the date of his Islamic wedding.
Fuseini Sayibu Baba, referred to among his cohorts as Citizen Shaibu Promzy, was prepared to stroll down the path with Ibrahim Latifa referred to among her partners as Queen, yet this was never the situation.
The future husband to be had taken to Facebook on February 14, 2021, which was Valentine's Day, to express "All families and companions are welcome to my wedding, one week from now, on February 21, 2021. Much thanks to you."
As per the connected flyer, the occasion was booked to be held at the same time in Vittin and Lamasehgu, individually, the two rural areas of Tamale Metropolis on February 21, 2021.
Later news came that Fuseini Sayibu Baba kicked the bucket hours after distribution, leaving a few of the partners upset over him.
Subtleties of the reason for death are still scant, yet he will be covered as per Islamic custom, while calls have been made for the future spouse to go through some type of mental advising.
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