Nigerian couple hold simple church wedding, motivate many to do same

Nigerian couple hold simple church wedding, motivate many to do same

- A Nigerian couple's simple wedding has got much applause on social media after photos of the event surfaced on Twitter

- Many tweeps said that they would also love to have a very economical wedding where only a few friends are present

- The photos and video of the event showed that not more than seven guests were at the reception after the church ceremony

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Sometimes, what perhaps matters most about a wedding ceremony is the love the couple have for each other and not the feasting and guests around.

A young Nigerian couple has demonstrated great simplicity, showing that weddings do not have to cost an arm and a leg.

In photos that have since gone viral, the married lovers had two people present at their church event.

During the reception that was organised in the backyard of a house, only seven people sat down at a table with the couple as they ate and drank.

Since the photos and video of the event were shared by a tweep with the Twitter handle @Mr_alayi, the platform has been buzzing with different opinions about the ceremony.

See his posts below:

As at the time of writing this report, his post has gathered thousands of comments on the bird app. compiled some of the reactions below:

@Grimald03943266 said:

"The ladies that genuinely want this in real life nor pass 3 the rest na twitter dem for want am. Who re they going to stunt on? Who re they going to sell clothes for?"

@Jaykaduru said:

"I want this but I'm the first child and first daughter to an igbo man from Imo state."
Nigerian couple hold simple church wedding, motivate many to do same
The couple were celebrated by their friends during the reception. Photo source: @Mr_alayi
Source: Twitter

@Dan_Onyedikachi asked:

"What! This is exactly what I want for my wedding. How on earth did you achieve this? I never thought this was possible here in Africa especially in Nigeria."

@swain_alexander said:

"Does not make the couple any less married than those that have a big wedding."

@TheReeportar said:

"Life no pass this one, celebrate with the people you love, cut out people that might want to come and do amebo and see how rich you are from how your party looks/ turn out. If you get money to do mad party, no hesitate sha."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that A Nigerian man who is also a pilot, Arinze Odira, shared a story that showed people can meet their love anywhere.

On Tuesday, November 2, the man said he would be getting married to the beautiful woman he met on Twitter.

He added that the person who is going to serve as his best man is also someone who he became friends with on the platform.

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