We Spent N400,000 On Garri And Fish For Our Wedding Food, And The Guest Enjoyed It - Man Reveals
By LadieFunkky | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 40044 views
Weddings are exciting functions to attend, not solely because two beautiful souls have found love and decides to spend the rest of their lives together but the amazing feelings, the sensation that tickles one's heart about the sweetness of love and of course, the food.
Nigerians don't joke without burial and wedding party foods, it is a tradition that will continue to blossom. A Man on Twitter with the username (wolf) has has sparked reactions with his revelation about a particular menu that was served on his wedding day.
He revealed that his event planner suggested Garri (cassava flakes) and Fried Fish be included in the Food menu, he said at first he skeptical about the idea and also at the huge money it would cost but eventually, he gave in and supported it.
The sum of four hundred thousand naira was spent on the Garri and fish according to him, but at the end he was happy because his wedding guests loved the food.
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