Super Eagles Star marries Popular Hausa Film Star In Low Key Wedding

Super Eagles Star marries Popular Hausa Film Star In Low Key Wedding

Akan Anwankwo
June 19, 2021 at 9:10 AM
  • Shehu Abdulahi is a happy man once again as he tied the knot with his new partner Naja 'atu Muhammed Suleman in a quiet occasion
  • Super Eagles captain and Abdulahi's best friend Ahmed Musa was part of the low key ceremony after the Friday prayers
  • The AC Ominia defender made his way back into the national team after a two-year absence from Gernot Rohr's squad

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Shehu Abdulahi has walked down the aisle with his new sweetheart Naja'atu Muhammed Suleman as international teammate and long time best friend Ahmed Musa congratulated him.

The 28-year-old posted a photo of his new wife and captioned it "Alhamdulillah" as congratulatory messages from his 193,000 followers on Instagram.

The Super Eagles defender was full of smiles as he also posted a photo himself and Musa together wearing agbada.

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He said "Alhajin Allah" and Musa replied him "Congrats brother."

Abdulahi was once married to mother of his children Sumayya Mustapha but they have been through rough patches in the past.

The AC Ominia star won the league title with the Cypriot side and decided to tie the knot with his new partner who has been a Kannywood star since she was ten.

Super Eagles star marries popular Hausa film star in low key wedding
Super Eagles star marries popular Hausa film star in low key wedding. Photo by @abdullahishehu
Source: Instagram

The right-wing back was recalled into the national team by Gernot Rohr and featured in the double-header friendly against Cameroon.

Abdulahi was part of the Nigerian team that featured in the 2018 World Cup and the last AFCON 2019 where the Super Eagles won bronze.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Odion Ighalo's fairytale story about playing for his dream club Man United has come and gone and the striker reveals he was wooed by Tottenham before moving to Old Trafford, Manchester Evening.

The former Nigeria international joined the Red Devils in January 2020 and accept a pay-cut on deadline day all because he wanted to wear the red and white jersey.

After six months at the Theatre of Dreams, Ighalo was given another deal and in total he played 23 games scoring five goals.

The ex-Watford star has now opened the lid about how Tottenham who desperately wanted to sign him at that time after Harry Kane got injured.

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