Nigerian man wears native to his white wedding in Abuja

Though we don’t know if he was disappointed by his tailor, however a Nigerian man was spotted in his native wedding at his white wedding which took place today, in Kubwa, Abuja.

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Here are photos taken from the wedding ceremony below;

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Recall that few days ago, we reported that a Nigerian lady identified as Patience Usoho, went bald for her wedding to her husband, Edidiong Uyire, in Ikot Etor, Akwa Ibom state, and she looked lovely.

Patience Usoho wedded her man, Uyire Edidiong at the Redemption House of Glory Church, Uyo.

According to reports, she was actually compelled to put on a wig during her church wedding ceremony. Hence the Before meets After photo above.

A lady who attended Patience Usoho and her heartthrob, Uyire Edidiong’s wedding ceremony said Patience’s attempt to enter the Redemption House of Glory church with light veil was met with strong resistance. Church authorities reportedly ordered her to cover her head in honour of God as her husband will have to remove the veil on the altar.

However, the moment they were done with church, Patience removed her wig as she left for their reception venue.

This is however also not the first time couples would be wedding in an outfit different from the traditional white wedding outfit.

Recall that Wilson and Ann Mutura became the famous 100shilling couple after they got married. The couple were unable to raise Sh30, 000 for a wedding in 2016, postponed the ceremony twice. In January 2017, they opted for a low-key ceremony in Nairobi — without cake, flowers or decorations — and were widely praised for their frugal wedding.

At their first wedding, they wore casual clothes and their party afterwards took place without the usual trimmings. The groom spent just Sh100 on two wedding rings, which he produced amid cheering during the exchange of vows. Other expenses surrounding the nuptials — including the licence fee — were borne by their church.

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