I’m in love with Vida, says personal aide

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  • Saturday, 21 Oct 2017

Young romantic: Ahmad Iqbal says he does not mind the 23-year age gap between him and Vida.

DATUK Seri Vida’s personal assistant Ahmad Iqbal Zulkefli has admitted to falling in love with the cosmetics millionaire and is willing to be her husband, reported Kosmo!.

“However, at this point I dare not talk about jodoh (match) matters, as it depends on God’s doing,” said the 23-year-old.

Ahmad Iqbal’s mother Mazmuni Che Yusof said she had given him her blessing if he wants to marry Vida, 46.

Ahmad Iqbal, from Kelantan, says he is a mature person and does not mind the large age gap.

“If she finds someone else, that is all right. I do not want people to think that I am close to her because of money,” he added.

Asked to comment on the matter, Vida, whose real name is Hasmiza Othman, said Ahmad Iqbal is too young and she is still traumatised by her previous divorces.

She also said her family is not ready for her to get a new partner.

Vida married Fairuz Ahmad Zainuddin, 39, in January 2014. It was her third marriage.

The couple filed for divorce in April this year.

> The owner of a kitten which was chopped into pieces before being thrown in front of his house in Sekinchan has forgiven the culprit, reported Harian Metro.

“Although what happened was truly cruel and inhumane, I forgive the perpetrator as I do not want the issue to continue or to create any enemies,” said Muhamad Ros­mawar.

The posting of the cruel act went viral after he shared it on social media, gaining sympathy from netizens and animal lovers.

In the posting, Muhamad said he was shocked to find the remains of his two-week-old kitten on Monday morning.

“Two days before that, the kitten went missing from its cage in front of my house. I finally found it near an ant colony.

“I do not reject the possibility that it might have been killed at another place,” he said, adding that he would not lodge a police report.

He said that since he began renting a place in Sekinchan about a week ago, he had not encountered any problems with the people in his neighbourhood.

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