A Bride Refuses Rain From Intercepting Her Big Day

A Bride Refuses Rain From Intercepting Traditional Marriage Ceremony

A Nigerian traditional marriage, also known as a traditional wedding or “Igbankwu” in some cultures, is a vibrant and culturally significant ceremony that celebrates the union of a couple in accordance with the customs and traditions of Nigeria’s diverse ethnic groups. While practices may vary between different regions and ethnicities, there are common elements that characterize these ceremonies.

Typically, a Nigerian traditional wedding involves a series of rituals and ceremonies that can span several days. These events are rich in symbolism and are an essential part of the couple’s journey to marriage.

Today at Enugu state in Udi, A bride refuse rain from intercepting her bride price ceremon.

 

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