Blue-eyed lady remarries husband shortly after reconciliation

Blue-eyed lady remarries husband shortly after reconciliation

- Risikat Azeez, the viral blue-eyed woman from Kwara and her husband, Wasiu Omo-Dada, have reportedly re-married

- According to reports, the two held a wedding ceremony on September 5

- Recall the mother of two had accused her husband of abandoning her and their two kids because of the blue eyes factor

- Shortly after she became an internet sensation, Omo Dada came out with his side of the story and the two eventually reconciled

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Congratulations are in order for internet sensation, Risikat Azeez as she recently got re-married to her husband, Wasiu Omo-Dada.

Recall Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Azeez whose photos went viral for her blue eyes - a feature which her kids share - had revealed that her husband abandoned her.

Shortly afterwards, the man identified as Wasiu Omo-Dada, came out with his side of the story, claiming he did not abandon her. It didn't take long before the two reconciled, posing together for a beautiful photo.

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Blue-eyed lady remarries husband shortly after reconciliation

Photos from the wedding ceremony. Photo credit: @bbcnewsyoruba
Source: UGC

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Well, it appears Risikat's willingness to give her marriage a second chance saw her getting re-married to Omo Dada in a lovely ceremony in Kwara state, reports suggest.

In the photos currently making the rounds on social media, Risikat is seen sitting by her husband, wearing a lovely smile as she dons a beautiful blue dress with a matching veil.

Risikat whose professional makeup is evident looks everything like a beautiful bride.

The couple had a Nikkai ceremony which was well attended by their family and friends at one Alfa Ajijola-Anabi Compound, Aiyegbami, in Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara state on September 5.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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