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This Bride hosted a Free 2-Day Medical Outreach to 2,000 People for her Wedding ??! Ayeesha & Mohammed’s Celebration of Love #MA2018



We love this wedding story shared by the talented planner Nelly of Wellington Events about her kind-hearted bride. We hope you love it as much as we do.

On the 8th of April, 2018 Ayeesha tied the knot with her heartthrob, Mohammed. As the wedding planner, there was something I observed that was so different about this wedding ceremony which I will love to share.

Let me tell you a little bit about the bride, Ayeesha. She is the very definition of a smart, strong and humble Muslim woman. Although young, the wisdom that she exudes sometimes overwhelms me. For her wedding ceremony, she decided to do something that quite frankly was very unusual and unprecedented.

While most people would rather spend huge sums of money, cash gifts from friends and well-wishers running into millions of Naira on having an amazing party at their wedding, Ayeesha decided to share the joy of her day with her people by giving back to her society with a view to bringing succour to the needy.

She organized a two day free medical camp in Bauchi with accumulated resources from family, friends and well-wishers which was used in sponsoring a free medical outreach to 2000 patients suffering from various ailments in Bauchi, her hometown.

A team of medical experts flew in from India to offer medical help and attend to patients free of charge for two days. The outreach initially targeted 1,000 people. However, over the course of the two days, an unexpected number of 2,000 people were treated due to the high number of patients that trooped in for the free medical services.

In addition to this, Ayeesha donated 10 wheelchairs to the physically challenged at the outreach as well as drugs and wrappers to all the beneficiaries in a bid to ease their plight. She wanted a way she could positively impact her society and this was her own little way of doing so. According to Ayeesha,“The gesture was aimed at expressing my gratitude to God for the abundant blessings He bestowed upon me and it is part of activities celebrating my wedding”.

She said that her decision to use the cash gift she received from family, friends and well-wishers in sponsoring the free medical out-reach was born out of her compassion for the less-privileged and the fact that her parents provided all that she would need to carry along to her matrimonial home. After seeing what she did, her father promised to construct a community hospital and a primary school in the Community in Bauchi where residents will access services free of charge.

Personally, I believe this is a noble act that deserves to be shared to help remind us that we can share the happiness of our big day with the people around us as well.

Medical Outreach


Budun Kai


Bride: @thehijabichef
Groom: @modiibbo
Planner: @wellingtonevents_
Decor/Fireworks/Special Effects: @alveenaevents
Videography: @morganfilmz
Photography: @bedge_pictures (Reception, Walima, Bundunkai. Exclusive of Kamu and Medical outreach)
Makeup: @lbvmakeovers
Bride’s Dresses: @hudayya
Reception Dress: @maiatafo
Hostesses: @wellingtonevents_
Catering : @foodstation | @rosegoldeventplanners
Mocktails: @mixandshakes_bybeeba
Desserts: @cupcake_tale
Cake: @rukkiespastries
Souvenirs: @theabujaassistant
Bridesmaids Gift boxes: @cerisenoire
Security: @kaseventsecurity
String Quartets: @iamjenniferbecky
Comedian: @mc_joblegend
Bridal Scrub and Henna: @flott_beauty 
Venue: @theeventplacebauchi


  1. Chika

    April 27, 2018 at 9:19 am

    God bless you Ayeesha! For the lives that you have impacted positively, may the blessings of God ever remain with you and your husband. I pray joy, peace, patience, love and prosperity in your home. No third party will ever come between you and your husband. All the ills that is usually characterised with celebrity marriages never find their to your home. You will bear many sons and daughters who will continually be a source of joy and not sorrow to you. Your husband will find his full joy in you and your children, he will have no need to look outside. Remain blessed, beautiful lady.

  2. toyin

    April 27, 2018 at 9:25 am

    awwwww such a lovely bride…I love the fact that she is giving back to her community. May God bless her marriage with all the goodness to make a beautiful home. Amen

  3. SoniaPaloma

    April 27, 2018 at 9:54 am

    Beautiful in and out. This love will be foreverrrrrrrrr

  4. Rukky

    April 27, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Saw this some few weeks ago on twitter where a friend of the bride shared the info on the outreach. hmmmn…. so inspiring, we should all take a cue from this. We are Africans and we need to help each other. May Allah make you the coolness of each others eyes. May Allah bless your home with love, peace, warmth and unlimited blessings and favour. You are blessed, your family is blessed, your children are blessed and your generation is blessed.

    baa-rakal laahu la-kum, wa baa-raka ‛alay-kum, wa jama‛a ba-yna-kumaa fee khayr (May Allah bless for you your spouse, and bless you, and may He unite both of you in goodness)

  5. MsSpecial

    April 27, 2018 at 10:25 am

    Wow! Just wow!!

  6. Cozygal

    April 27, 2018 at 12:11 pm

    Wow. God’s bless you Ayeesha. You have sown bountifully, expect a bumper harvest.

  7. Fleur

    April 27, 2018 at 1:06 pm

    Thoughtful. I am glad you’re father is inspired by your actions and will open a community clinic. That is how you strengthen a community and reduce encroachment of fundamentalism. If you have the money please invest in a primary school for day 300 students with well trained teachers as well. This will lift everyone out of the trenches eventually. I say 300 because it costs alot off money to do this. So you focus on creating a critical mass of educated ones and make sure it is a combination of merit-based and opportunity-driven recruitment for balance

  8. wendy

    April 27, 2018 at 1:24 pm

    Hope people will pick this up as a new trend in niaja… Since dem like to copy..

    ******wishful thinking…lol***

    • Hanee

      April 27, 2018 at 2:42 pm

      It’s a gracious trend to pick.

  9. Lisa O.

    April 27, 2018 at 1:43 pm

    Hausa brides can be fine choi! Pls come and tell me the secret. Inbetween God bless your heart beauty in and out.

  10. Daye

    April 27, 2018 at 6:22 pm

    Ayeesha, I am proud of you. You are a symbol of a complete woman… You are beautiful in and out.You have a heart of Gold. Your Husband is very lucky to May God bless you, and all that concerns you. May his blessing never leave your home..No other woman will take your place in your Husband ‘s heart and life. May God bless you beyond your expectations and give you blessings that money can’t buy…..May he give you. Beautiful children according to your heart’s desire.I wish you and your Husband long lives with Good health. May you grow closer with each day and as you have been a helper to the helpless, May God cause men to compete to help you anytime challenges arise in your lives. Keep up the good work. God bless you!

  11. Nkem

    April 28, 2018 at 4:56 am

    Very selfless act. God bless your union.

  12. Weezy

    April 28, 2018 at 7:30 pm


    And did you notice they only sent a few pictures of the wedding itself? I love seeing modesty in action.

  13. PD Young Billionaire

    April 28, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    May God bless your home and all that concerns you.

  14. Wolani

    April 30, 2018 at 3:38 pm

    God bless your marriage Ayeesha. May you never lack and may you always come up with more innovative ways you can inspire your community. I love the photos of the bride’a parents and the couple. Quite refreshing to see them all happy. Great photographer!

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