- Rodda Ouma and her hubby Dolu knew the only way was up when it came to planning their wedding
- And they made sure style and fashion was a must-have for themselves and their guests
- The two showed up in identical Kitenge fits and rocked the hell out of the clothing
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Riddle, riddle? How do you kill tribalism? The answer is simple…through intermarriage.
While at it, embrace a wedding that features only African attire made of the finest lace and Ankara material.
Rodda Ouma and her husband Dolu already knew these two vital secrets and you are about to find out why.
Danson Mateya, a member of thriving Facebook group Bride on a Budget gave netizens a look into the pomp and colour that filled the couple’s traditional wedding.
There was so much exuberance, so much energy, so much laughter, so much love and so much adrenaline going around.
Each one of the guests smiled from ear to ear and danced as the DJ dropped his beat.
The aisle turned into a dancefloor and the newlyweds who were dressed in identical purple clothes had the time of their lives.
The bride, Rodda, had on a conspicuous, royal purple headscarf tied on her hair so professionally and stylishly.
Across her chest and lower body hang a matching sash that had her looking like Nigerian royalty.
Her dress was simple but in a sophisticated manner.
Then came the veil that was the showstopper. Mama looked like a solid 10!
Her husband Dolu channelled his inner West African roots through his attire and he looked equally as presentable.
Another story with a happy ending on YEN.com.gh is that of Musa and his wife Hafswa who had their own version of a meet-cute.
The two, who are now happily married, met in the hospital. Yes, and one of them was a patient.
Speaking to mywedding.co.ug, Musa opened up on how he had visited a healthcare facility to seek treatment then ended up being smitten by one beautiful nurse.
The Ugandan man was admitted and later discharged after two days but his mind was affixed on the woman who had catered to him during his stay in the hospital.
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