Why Borrow Money To Throw a Wedding Party?

Why Borrow Money To Throw a Wedding Party?

Misplacement of priority is a common problem in the Nigeria and the world at large. If we can understand our priorities, there will be lesser problems in our lives.

Many times, we put ourselves under pressure to please or impress the people who don’t matter.

In Nigeria, it common to see people borrowing money from friends, relatives, churches and even banks to throw a wedding event. After the wedding, the couple then starts starving and wants to borrow money to eat. That is sheer madness!

New couples should save as much as possible to start their lives not to waste money on a wedding event and become stranded in the early days of the marriage. Wedding is a day event, marriage is a lifetime mission.

It is utter foolishness to borrow money to pull off a wedding. Wedding is not a money making venture. It is a glorious event that should be done according to the financial capability of the couple.

If you don’t have enough money, do a low profile wedding. Police don’t arrest people for doing a low profile wedding.

Moreso, the main person a man may impress and please on a wedding day is the bride, vice versa.

When you have money in future, you may do a wedding anniversary on a yacht or a hire a private jet and fly friends and family to Dubai for your wedding anniversary.

Contentment with Godliness is great gain!

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Femi Oshin is a publisher at Nigeriansinsouthafrica.ca.za and Producer /Presenter of Agogo Ayo on Africa Magic Yoruba.

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