Gboah.com: Meet The Beautiful Wife And Children And Siblings Of Late Buruji Kashamu (Photos)

Meet The Beautiful Wife And Children And Siblings Of Late Buruji Kashamu (Photos)


Ever since demise of Senator Buruji Kashamu a few days ago, many celebrities, class politicians, business moguls have spoken beautifully about how much the grassroots leader and businessman of great reputation will miss.

But one family which will never forget Senator Buruji Kashamu for decades to come is his family and friends, which includes his cute wife,, Mrs Susan Kashamu, Hajia Sherifat Kashamu, the first child of Senator Buruji Kashamu and her siblings and all the blood sisters of the deceased.


Unlike any normal father or wealthy man, Senator Buruji Kashamu has invested in his family. He wasn't just a family man, he ensured his entire family felt his presence. All of his children went to the best schools overseas, and they're silver spoon kids who are well-mannered.

Another interesting thing about all his children is that they have a striking resemblance to their late father. They've got the same

Another interesting thing about all his children is that they h.ave a striking resemblance to their late father. They have the same facial attributes and traits, there is no way you can see the Kashamus, and you don't know them.

Mrs. Susan Kashamu, who is Late Kashamu's lovely wife has lost a friend, a gist partner and a true husband. Given the age difference of more than 20 years, they loved each other to the bone. Mrs. Susan was in her 30s, while her husband was in his early 60s. They're one of the most popular couples many love to see at parties. That's why a lot of people felt her agony when she was seen in her husband's funeral. Not only did she lose a partner, she lost her father, a trustee.


Seeing her clothe in a black Jalamia with a dark glasses, one could see how shattered and sad she was. The duo has been together for a couple of years. They adore each other very much to the bone.

What about the children of Buruji? Not many people know his first daughter, Sherifat Kashamu. She's been with her spouse for more than seven years. Though she is based in the United Kingdom (UK), she is a valuable part of her father's life. They're very much close. Hajia Sherifat, who is blissfully married to Adekunle Abidemi Ademakinwa, never jokes about her parents and siblings.

Have you seen Buruj Kashamu's first son, Junior Kashamu? He has a striking resemblance to his father, though he is fair. He's really tall, too. He was present just a few days ago when the Kashamu's held a special Fidau for his father.

Of course, not only Hajia Sherifat Kashamus alone is the daughter of Senator Buruji. He also has three more daughters, while Mrs. Susan has two adorable sons who are both toddlers.


Did you know that Senator Buruj Kashamu maintained a very strong connection with his family? This was clear when Buruji's mother died last year. All the members of the Kashamu family were all visible. Alhaji Tayo Kashamu, Alhaja Busurat Kashamu, Pastor Otutu Kashamu, led the entire Kashamu family to Lagos for the burial. There was no doubt about the love of Senator Buruj Kashamu for all his brothers and sisters, as he informed them to join him on the dance floor for the celebrant's dance.

Senator Buruji Kashamu was a popular Nigerian politician and former senator from the Ogun East Senatorial District. Senator Buruji Kashamu was born on 19th of May 1958 in Ijebu North, Ogun State, Nigeria.
He was the leader of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP). He began his primary education at Ansarudeen Primary School, Ijebu Igbo, but left to join to attend St. John Modern School, Lagos, where he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate in the year 1972.


Senator Buruji went to Igbobi School, Lagos. He took evening classes and served as a licensing agent. He went to Pitman College London, where he studied business management. He was eventually awarded an Honorary Doctorate degree from Cambridge Graduate University. In 2014, Kashamu picked nomination to represent the Ogun East Senatorial Zone in the National Assembly on the People's Democratic Party (PDP). He won the primaries of the party.

In 2015, Kashamu conquered Dapo Biodun of the All Progressive Congress (APC) with 99,540 to 84,001 to be a Nigerian Senator. During his time in the National Assembly, Kashamu was Vice-Chairman of the Senate Committee on State and Local Governments.

In 2019, he lost his re - election campaign to the current governor of Ogun State, Dapo Biodun of the All Progressive Congress (APC).

Kashamu is the CEO and founder of Kasmal Group of Companies, a conglomerate with interests in hospitality, property, oil and gas, automotive and investment services.

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