- A Nigerian businessman identified as Ikenna Ronald Nzimora has shared a piece of important information with intending couples
- Nzimora urged intending brides and grooms to continue with their wedding plans
- The businessman said that they should only have their immediate family and close friends on their big day
One of the advices by health experts to avoid contracting the coronavirus pandemic is social distancing. People around the world have been advised to stay away from open and large gatherings to prevent further spread of the deadly infection.
Sadly, this has affected many businesses, social events as well as religious activities. One of the groups of people hit by the effect of this pandemic are couples getting married this year.
While some couples have put their big day on hold, some are still in deep thoughts about how to go about it; especially those whose wedding dates are close by.
In view of this, a Nigerian businessman identified as Ikenna Ronald Nzimora shared a piece of advice with intending couples. Nzimora took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to talk to brides and grooms-to-be.
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According to him, whoever has a wedding already planned during this period should not postpone it. The businessman urged intending couples to go ahead with their big day.
However, he suggested that couples should involve just a small number of people. He stated that they should have only their immediate family members and close friends.
Nzimora advised them to continue with their wedding, noting that his suggestion would save 90%-95% of what it would have cost them. He urged intending couples not to listen to anyone who tells them to shift their wedding plans.
Read what he said below:
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