A man alleged to be senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has been caught on camera kissing and smooching his wife.
According to rumours making rounds on the internet, NAIJ.com Gossip gathered that the man is a n ex Senator from the northern part of the country.
Although the setting looks like an office, the essence of the video is not really clear. The video which lasted for over 2 minutes showed the alleged senator kissing the lady vigorously and then smooching her boobs and necking altogether.
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Although their hands were not showing, one can be sure the video was captured from the camera phone of the lady who was dressed in an ankara fabric in the video. At the end of the video, the face of the lady was clearly visible with her lipstick meshed all over. See video below:
A social media user, Habu Dan Sarki, voiced out about the news saying:
''A video is currently trending on different social media networks, that shows an old man and a lady kissing each other and this has whipped up controversy among the general public, especially the people of Zamfara state, where the man in question represented at the National Assembly.
''From the information coming out, we found out that this alleged person is Senator Sahabi Ya’u Kaura. Also, the woman seen kissing him is his wife. But some people alleged the woman is not his legal wife.We found out her name which is Sa’adatu Galadima and discovered she is her legally married wife
''So, why will they publish this type of video; taking something that is private and showing it to the world that they are having relationship, which is what God curses (abhors) those who make private issues public. So this is what the general public is asking?
''Even the wife, Sa’adatu spoke about the accusation saying, is jealously not insanity. While the former Senator has explained saying the allegations are all false,saying that what happened was private and was between him and his wife. Because of this, everyone involved in this allegation should seek God’s forgiveness.''