Emotional Moments As Diamond Platnumz Welcomes Zari And Their Kids Into Tanzania (Video)

Thursday, November 5, Zari Hassan and the kids landed in Tanzania ahead of their grand homecoming, 2 years since the couple part ways.

2018, is a year that lives to be remembered in the Dangote family, as the music star and his then-first wife, Zari Hassan part ways on Valentine’s day, news that blew up the Internet.

Well, 2 years later, the family gets a chance to reunite as Zari and the kids fly into Tanzania to spend time with their daddy, Chibu.

In videos that have since gone viral, Zari and the kids landed at Julius Nyerere International airport, with paparazzi ambushing them soon as they got to the exterior.

Zari Hassan and the kids grand homecoming

According to Zari, she is not here to patch things up with her ex-lover, rather to have her kids spend quality time with their dad, having been 2 years since they last set their eyes on each other.

Admitting that Diamond was the one who so badly wanted to see the kids and she could only answer to his call.

The Dangote first family reunion

She however clarifies that it does not matter whether she spends the next couple of days in a hotel or in her baby daddy’s house, all she is here for is the kids.


The emotional embraces

But the gist of it all comes when Diamond comes to pick up his family, with the kids running up to him in excitement and zeal, which completely melts his heart.

Then came Zari’s moment with Diamond, both getting locked in a warm, tight embrace and it was indeed a sight to behold.

Zari Hassan and the kids grand homecoming

Like the man he is, Diamond opted to carry both his kids in his arms, with the paparazzis giving the family zero time to breathe or even jell together.

Meanwhile, Zari clinched on her designer leather handbag, walking side-by-side with the kids and her baby daddy as they left for his mansion in Dar es Salaam.

Have a close watch as it all went down.



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