Some pictures have been causing a lot of reactions on social media recently. They are pictures of a couple who wore mixed traditional attire during their traditional marriage.
As can be seen in the pictures, they tried to have the two tribes visible in their traditional attire. They wore tiger head cloth popularly known as Isi agu in Igbo language with a touch of hijab which is the Hausa attire.
The bride in her own appearance wore the tiger head clothe which was used to make her hijab.
This is to justify the fact that people find love anywhere and anytime. There is no particular place that people know they will find love, rather, love can be found even in most unexpected places.
While some people were wondering how they would mix such tradition to the extent of their dressing, others applauded their concept saying it is the cost of true love.
See the pictures of the couple below and some of the people's reactions towards them.
Congratulations to them and may their marriage be blessed.
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