Domestic violence is a frowned at habit everywhere in the society. It is even more talked about these days to help victims. It is in fact, even more mind boggling when it is witnessed on the day of a couple's 'holy matrimony' so to speak. Recently a Nigerian lady Mmanti Umoh, took to her Twitter platform to recount her experience during a wedding she attended last Saturday.
According to Mmanti, the groom had slapped his bride and forced her to 'cheer up' so they could march in for the reception as time was far spent. This happened in a split of few seconds where the guests and the bride also was bewildered with shock. The groom's best man also had the nerves to ask the bride what she had done to the groom that got him upset.
The MC called in all the guests and the ceremony went on like nothing happened and Mmanti went home with a migraine, suffering from the aftermath of what transpired during the wedding.
See screenshots of the tweet below.
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