Instead of car, see what they used as transport on their wedding day.
Is it because they're trying to save money or just trying to make their marriage special? Pursue the Gists.
Photos of a wedding in one African country, Makeni, sierra leone has gone viral on Facebook because of what they used as their means of transport after they finished joining them (groom and bride) together.
According to the photos that a group called "stingy men association" later reposted (which was where I saw it), the groom, bride and groom men were spotted using bicycles to transport themselves after their wedding, presumably going home.
I know people will be surprised since many know that the most popular transport is car, and if they don't even have a vehicle to use on that day, they will go and borrow from people who own vehicles. But these individuals are changing their own approach and making history.
Ladies, would you allow this to be done on your wedding day? No cars, all bicycles.
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