- A couple's wedding entrance has got many talking on social media
- The lovebirds danced nodding their along with their bridal train as they made their way to their wedding venue
- In the trending clip, they all continued the nodding with a smile in what lasted for minutes
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A couple manner of gracing their wedding occasion has got many talking on the internet.
The couple, in a trending on Facebook which was shared by The African Village, rocked Kenyan attire as they entered their wedding venue.
In a choreographic manner, the formed two lines as they nodded with smiles on their faces. The groom led the men's line on the left and the bride the ladies line on the right.
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Their nodding continued for the minutes the video lasted as a native song played in the background. It is not clear what followed next.
Social media users took to the comment section to hail the African culture as they marvelled at their dance style, others passed funny remarks about the nodding of their necks.
Lilian Siri commented:
''I am a proud African. Beautiful cultures across the whole continent. While can't we unite and enhance this."
Lungile Khumalo said:
"The lady in front is a pro nd very active... The other ladies are not nodding like she's doing... She must have choreographed this routine.''
Mary Mann remarked:
"Beautiful wedding .love and proud to be African but the head shaking hope doesnt hurt by the end of the dance."
Anne Amzo Mafela reacted:
"I love there attire, decoration and music jus not happy de way they shake there heads hope won't pain. Nonetheless, everything seems perfect and beautiful."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady had got married with no makeup and jewellery.
The lady identified as Chiamaka Okonkwo, according to Lindaikejisblog, in a Facebook post appreciated God for making her prayers not to be in vain.
Chiamaka wrote on Friday, April 9:
"I have come to say thank you Jesus. My Amen was not in vain. Even when I tired of saying Amen. God prove Himself"