A pretty Nigerian lady has taken to social media to reveal what her future husband must do before they walk down the aisle. She disclosed that the ritual will prevent him from cheating on her.
The lady who was identified as Angela Nwosu on Facebook revealed that her husband must bathe in the river for three days before he would be qualified to marry her. She added that there are still other rituals to be done but that is the first part.
Nwosu further explained that the ritual will enable the man to be bound to her forever and will never make him cheat. According to her if he ever tries it knowingly or unknowingly, he will die.
Her Facebook post reads: “My future husband must bathe in the river for three days, for spiritual purification, before he will be qualified and allowed to marry me. There are still other rituals that will be performed but the river is the first port of call... agreeing to do this, means denouncing a whole lot of things.You will be forever bound to me on a deeper level, you will never cheat, if you cheat on me, even by mistake, you will die. You will never get so angry to the extent of laying your hands on me, if you touch me violently, the gods will take drastic action on you, and no matter how much I love you and forgive you, the gods will surely give you equal pains... go and ask the random guys that did as little as slapping me in the past, they will gist you. I know you will definitely see this as a joke, as usual, but my duty is to spread it and pass the message across, so you know what's up, don't say I didn't warn you. That aside, I won't begin to mention the immeasurable blessings and favour that awaits you, after you marry an Anaedo priestess and the voice of Amadioha. You don't know what you don't know, until you know, ighotago? Until then, remain strong, I love you already sef. Udo!”
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