Prince causes a stir online by marrying two women in one day

Prince causes a stir online by marrying two women in one day

Obukeni Prince Monday Ochendu has been causing quite a stir on social media after announcing that he will be marrying two women on the same day. Facebook users were definitely surprised to see that the prince was advertising his wedding and that everyone who saw it, was invited to attend the grand ceremony.

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The prince who revealed that he is from the family of his royal majesty, Edward Obukeni 1 (Jp) Ovie of Igbide Kingdom in Delta state has finally tied the knot with his brides.

The brides identified as Miss Ufuoma Ozoro and Miss Oghale Andrew look happy as they wed traditionally. The grand ceremony took place at Uruwhre Quarter, Igbidi Kingdom, Isoko South local government area of the state.

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Recall that Prince Monday Ochendu shared his wedding poster on Facebook with the caption: “The date is 27 October 2018 you all are invited.” Brielfy.co.za learned that according to his traditional wedding invitation, he described his wedding at an ‘Excursion Ceremony’.

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Legit.ng reports that this is not the first time such a marriage is taken place. Similarly, in January 2017, a young man walked down the aisle with two women in Abia state. Identified as Master Ejindu, the man got married to Miss Oyediya and Miss Ebere on Sunday, February 25.

Happy married life to them!

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