Nigerian couple wears matching Agbada for their traditional wedding

April 14, 2021
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A Nigerian couple, Onoja Andrew Ameh and Ene Serrah Ochayi, have gone viral over their choice of outfit to their wedding over the weekend.

The lovebirds who recently tied the knot rocked matching Agbada for their traditional wedding.

The groom, Andrew, from Benue State and his wife, Serrah had their traditional wedding at the bride’s hometown, Uyi Ogugu in Olamaboro Local Government Area of Kogi State on Saturday, April 10th.

In photos from the ceremony that surfaced online the bride donned a matching blue agbada with her husband.

See photos below,

In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Chioma has become an internet sensation after she wore a lovely custom made Ankara dress to her white wedding.

The beautiful bride said that the wedding dress was made by her friend and colleague.

In her words,

“Initially, I thought she would laugh at the idea of an Ankara wedding dress but she loved the idea and made sure I looked great”.

“I didn’t bother to tell anyone about it. It wasn’t even up for debate . I just told my friends not to wear ankara. I am sure if I had mentioned it to people, they would have tried to discourage me because human preferences are different.”

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