- A couple has gotten married amidst the coronavirus lockdown in Taraba state
- The newlywed got married in their living room with just 10 guests in attendance
A brand new couple has decided that the rampaging deadly disease, coronavirus, is too small to stop them from being joined together as husband and wife.
The unnamed couple whose wedding photo has gone viral on social media decided not to change their wedding date like many others in the same situation as they have done by postponing their wedding till after the COVID-19 scare.
The couple according to Tony Matinjah who shared their wedding photo on Facebook had gone ahead to get married in their house with few friends attending the wedding ceremony.
The couple got married in their living room with only 10 guests in attendance.
The couple did not only got married but also spent less on refreshments, venue decoration, other entertainments associated with a Nigerian wedding.
The wedding was a simple ceremony due to the order given by the state government to observe total lockdown which started on Friday, April 3, by 11pm in order to prevent the public from the world trending pandemic coronavirus.
The wedding was said to be a lovely event, at least free from public disturbance. See the post below:
Happy married life.
In other stories, Nigerians on Twitter have expressed their disappointment with famous and respected top Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele-Bello, and her husband, JJC Skillz, for holding a house party amid the coronavirus scare and government's lockdown rule.
Saturday, April 4, was Funke Akindele’s husband's birthday and the celebrity couple decided to throw a house party that had quite a number of guests in attendance, including controversial Nigerian singer, Naira Marley, Funke's best friend, Eniola Badmus.
A video shared by the couple on their social media handles, Instastories show the Bellos hosting a number of guests which many assumed are above the approved number of people in gathering as it was ordered by the Lagos state and federal government.
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