Marriage is regarded as the legally or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship (historically and in some jurisdictions specifically a union between a man and a woman).
Although marriage is one of the best unions in the world, mostly in tribes in Nigeria, a man is required to pay some money and buy many things for the parents of his partner before they hand her over to him.
The bribe price and Items to be bought vary respectively to tribes.
Recently a man took to Facebook to share the photos of the bride price and a list of things to buy before he is allowed to marry from Imo state.
This got lots of attention as there are numerous and expensive things included in the list.
Check out the marriage list below.
Ever since this was posted online, it has been generating lots of reactions from people. Check out people's comments below.
Many people were so far surprised about what they saw in the list.
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