A Nigerian couple have gone viral on the internet for their simple wedding ceremony devoid of a reception or a bridal train.
Weddings in Nigeria are often considered a big deal for many people. This explains why a lot of intending couples go above and beyond to make their wedding day a memorable one. For many people, a successful wedding ceremony is one well attended by people with an abundance of food and drinks to go round.
Well, this was not the case for a Nigerian couple who recently got married in the city of Port Harcourt. According to a Facebook page of Seventh-day Adventist Church, where the couple were wedded, food packs were given out after the church service and everyone went their separate ways.
The post reads: "An interesting wedding today at Seventh-day Adventist Church, Ruuokwurusi. At the end, all were given their food packs and dispersed from the church to their homes. There are lots of lessons to be learnt from this. A lot of savings made. A very wise, realistic and practical wedding today. Food for thought for those who are planning their weddings ahead."
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In yet another interesting wedding story, a young Nigerian couple decided to do things in an unconventional but pleasing different way.
Gbede Senenge and his wife, Joy, celebrated one of the happiest days in their lives with people who do not have a lot of happy days. The couple got married at the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Benue state and it is said to be the first wedding to take place at that location.
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