There is no doubt that even before they got married in a lavish ceremony last December, winsome Zahra Buhari and wealthy Ahmed Indimi had caught the love bug. The new couple continue to serenade themselves across the world. It didnâ€™t come as much surprise therefore when HIGHLIFE ran into the blithely in-love couple at the Pont des Arts otherwise known as the Lovelock Bridge, Paris. They were a picture of unadulterated love.
Not minding the restrictions on the famous Pont des Arts, the beautiful couple still made a stop there to traditionally inscribe their names on a padlock, hook it to an available spot in the bridgeâ€™s wire-mesh parapet, fasten the lock and throw the key in the river. And they kissed and hugged trusting that as it had been for millions of others that had visited there, their love was secured for life. Thereafter, they stopped by at the MacDonaldâ€™s on Avenue Des Champs Elysee for a bite and a drink.
Unlike many of his peers in the billionaireâ€™s circle, Ahmed, the son of billionaire Mohammed Indimi, contradicts the principles and norms of ego-tripping. He never draws attention to how rich he is, neither does he function on the oxygen of his blooming renown as President Buhariâ€™s son-in-law.