A young man who had vowed to kill himself for being unable to marry Hanan, the daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari, has been saved by the Public Relations Officer of the Nigeria Police Force, Mr Frank Mba and Habu Sani, Kano State Commissioner of Police.
The young man who was identified as Abba Ahmed reportedly swore to commit suicide should he fail to have Hanan as his wife.
It was gathered that the 22 years old final-year student of Accounting at Yusuf Maitama Sule University, Kano professed his love for Hanan on his Facebook and Instagram handles, where he declared that he will commit suicide if he failed to marry the president’s daughter.
Recall that Hanan Buhari got married on September 4, to Mohammed Turad Sha’aban, in a ceremony that held at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
A source who pleaded anonymity, however, told reporters that Ahmed’s viral suicidal post caught the attention of the Police PRO, Mba, which made him to quickly alert the Kano State Commissioner of Police, Mr Sani.
Mr Mba did all he could to reach Ahmed. He eventually spoke with on phone for a short while, advising him to make good use of his bright future and shun the idea of committing suicide over a phantom marriage.
The Nigerian Tribune reported that Ahmed after receiving counsel from the Kano CP, Mr Sani, regretted his vow of committing suicide over Hanan, and expressed his intention to join the Nigeria police force to serve his country, patriotically.
Following counsel from the top NPF officers, Ahmed in an interview with newsmen said, “I am impressed with the way Mr Frank Mba spoke to me. I also became very sober when the Commissioner of Police, Mr Habu Sani counselled me and urged me to desist from such thinking. The Chief Imam of the Police Command also admonished me.”
He added, “I have denounced my earlier intention. I will no longer commit suicide. I will respect myself and wait for a woman I can call my own wife. I love my life now, and I want to live and fulfil my life ambition.”
When asked what attracted him to Hanan Buhari, Abba said, “I loved Hanan because of her beautiful face. I admired her because of the integrity of her father (President Buhari). I also loved her because of the level of her education.”
According to him, he was truly unable to reach Hanan facially but had made efforts to contact her and the parents via Social Media, where he severally narrowed his intention towards Hanan. He said, “but I don’t think she knew I loved her. I tried to inform her, I do not think the message reached her. I also tried sending messages to President Buhari through the Social Media, I do not think he actually got the message.”
The young man who is said to be selling fabrics and textile materials at the popular Kantin Kwari Textile Market said he has decided to turn a new leaf and look for a woman he can boldly call his own. Ahmed wished Hanan and her newly wedded husband a happy married life while urging Nigerian youths to invest their time on better things, rather than surfing the Social Media for reasons that are irresponsible.