One Minute: Hausa Love Story

One Minute: Hausa Love Story

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Aysha Goje By aishatuu__ Updated Nov 09

{Highest ranking #41 spiritual}

Garko. A family name respected by all and common in almost every Nigerian household. After all being 3rd in the Africa's Forbes list is not a child's play and neither is being Nigeria's most largest and leading industry.

There is a tradition in the family. Every family has a tradition. Hajiya iya, their grandma, her thinking is orthodox. But being the oldest person in the family has it perks, especially if she is the mother. Added bonus, her children listen and adhere to each and every word of hers. Even if what she wants is the right to marry off each and every grandchild of hers to who she wants. An arranged marriage. 

★★★

"The truth is, Hajiya Iya has found a match for you, and they came today to finalise everything, even the date has been set, a month from now InSha Allah"

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"With Fahad, baba Ibrahim's Fahad"

babyboo1011 babyboo1011 Sep 08
Say what!, they met on the air plane on their way to school.....is this real?, they ride on an air plane to school?
Sarahss2000 Sarahss2000 Sep 16
Typical Hausa household. I can relate very well with the book. @project Nigerian.
wendara wendara Oct 06
@ProjectNigeria 
                              
                              I like the beginning. Well you description was okay, the story length was okay. But I don't know who the MC is yet I'm looking forward to that.
@ProjectNigeria . Ohh poor Aysha , I just hope hafsat isn't lying  to make her feel okay.. Can't wait to read more ❤️..
Lovely description,
                              Amazing cover
                              Love your photo
                              Amatullah is my sis name
                              My name is in the book too
                              I LOVE THIS😘
babyboo1011 babyboo1011 Sep 08
Wrong placement honey, of both families have private jets, he come they met in the same air plane....and where would they land for the kids to step down when they reach their school...?