A popular Hausa social media activist, Mustapha Gembu has stirred mixed reactions online after speaking about the photos of the late Taraba Governor’s widow, Hauwa Suntai with her younger husband, Haliru Saad Malami.
Recalls that the late Taraba State Governor, Danbaba Suntai was involved in a plane crash in 2012 at Yola and was flown abroad for treatment.
He died on 28 June 2017, in Houston, Texas, United States, after battling with the impact of the plane crash which rendered him unable to perform any function.
After mourning her late husband for two years, Hauwa married her younger lover, Malami in 2019.
Reacting after their recent photos emerged online, Gembu in a Facebook post advised men not to kill themselves over women but fight to get rich in other to live a large life.
Gembu claims that Suntai’s family is still mourning his death but his wife Hauwa has continued to move on sweetly, smoothly and sumptuously with her young and rich husband, Malami.
He wrote: “THIS LIFE NO BALANCE! My brothers don’t fight or kill yourself over woman but fight to get rich in other to live large in life
“As the family of the late Governor Danbaba Suntai of Taraba state continue to mourn his dead, the wife, Hajiya Hauwa’s life continues to move on sweetly, smoothly and sumptuously with her young and rich husband, Mr. Malami, younger brother to Hajiya Turai, late President Yar’adua’s wife.”
The post sparked mixed reactions online as some netizens question if the wife would have been mourning him after two years adding that some men are also quick to move on after the demise of their wife.
iamjurass wrote: “Taaa, will the woman mourn him forever? You’re talking about 5 years ago? Kai, u are mean bro for writing this.”
amber_reee wrote: “So did his family members still mourning him pursed their lives or they’ve also moved on while they continue to mourn? Please be giving full update not half baked”
larryfriday___ wrote: “But if it was the man, he will get married two now, life goes on”
cyprainsplendour wrote: “So because of that make she no move on? If the table was reversed my dear the man will do same no be Hausa people wey I know Sharp sharp e go marry new nyarinya. So let the woman be”
sugsconcepts_naturals wrote: “That’s how the man would have also moved on even more swiftly”
ginia_barbie wrote: “Getat abeg. U want her to stay miserable all her life to show he love the late husband that probably had 100 side chics”