- A young lady from Ekpeye has shared a video showing the moment her mother gave her a live chicken during her wedding ceremony
- Seeing that her daughter was scared of holding the animal, the bride's mother cautioned her with a furious look
- Many ladies who commented on the clip said they also have the same fear of holding such a domestic animal
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A young lady with the Instagram handle @Sandraessor has gone online to share a short video that captured a funny moment during her traditional marriage.
After the bride's mother had prayed, she presented a live chicken to her daughter to hold as it is their tradition.
Mother reprimanded bride
The lady got so scared that she could not maintain a grip on the chicken. When the mother told her off, the daughter could be heard saying: "I'm holding it, I'm holding it."
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Captioning the video, @Sandraessor said:
"See the eye my mother gave me on my traditional marriage day when I was too afraid to hold the live chicken that was given to me."
Watch the short video below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Omo mean say I no go marry for this life."
"What does that signify? Should I guess it is for fertility?"
"'I'm holding it'. Thank you for sharing this bit of your culture with us. Do you mind explaining the significance of the chicken please?"
"Nothing wey dem fit talk. I won’t touch it. I will just be screaming."
"They still do it in my home town, its a blessing sha."
Treat your husband well
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a video showing a mother advising her daughter who is going to her husband's house as a new bride stirred massive reactions online.
Without mincing words, the bride's mother told her to always show sexual love whenever he wants it without depriving him.
In the presence of other people, she said that they could do it anywhere in the house in as much as it is good for both of them.
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