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  • MKO Abiola's Son, Kola reveals untold facts on his marriage to Babangida’s daughter

  • MKO Abiola's Son, Kola Abiola has revealed untold facts concerning
    his marriage to Babangida’s daughter.


    Kola Abiola, the oldest child of Late Chief MKO Abiola, has at long last spoken on his on his alleged marriage to Aisha Babangida, the oldest girl of Nigeria's former Military President Gen. Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (IBB).
    MKO Abiola's Son, Kola reveals untold facts on his marriage to Babangida’s daughter

    IBB and MKO Abiola were companions until the last challenged and won the June 12, 1993 presidential election, but the former would later cancel the election.

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    Their relationship went sour, but before the annulment, Kola and Aisha were allegedly dating.

    At a time, it was speculated that they secretly got married. Rumour-mongers said the marriage failed after IBB annulled the election of MKO Abiola, which the late business mogul convincingly won under the Social Democratic Party (SDP).

    In an interview, Kola said they never got married. According to him, they’ve been friends before politics.
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    “We never got married. I had known her way before politics and, if I wanted to, I would have married her long before the election, but it would not have made any sense because it would have looked like an arranged thing,” he told The Sun.

    According to Press Reader, politics drove a wedge between the two families as a result of the fallout of the 1993 presidential poll and the love-birds had to search for love in other places.

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    When he was asked about the number of children his later father has, he simply said: “You can’t count the number of children one has.”


    Kola, who loves a low-key life pointed out that there was a lot of uniqueness in MKO, saying nothing was a mistake to his late father.

    He said he’s proud of his father: “It may look like an excessive thing but, over the years, it turned out well. I have a sister married to a someone from the Niger Delta”


    “I am married to a Deltan. I have a sister married to the Ijebu. I have a brother married to an American.


    “I have a brother married to the Kanuri. I have a brother married to someone from Zimbabwe and, before you know it, we would be presidents all over the world. We don’t joke around,” he boasted.
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