- Two male cousins decided to tie the knot on the same day
- The men married at different churches but they had their reception at the same venue
- It was gathered that the two big events took place in Delta state in Nigeria
True friendship is a bond that can last for a lifetime. Two male cousins from Nigeria have shown their country what it truly means to be friends with someone who is considered to be a sister or brother.
The cousins showed the extent of their bond as they tied the knot on the same day. The cousins said their 'I dos' to the women of their dreams in Delta state on Saturday, 27 April.
Due to religious restrictions, the two had to have their weddings at different churches. One had hers at a Christ Apostolic Church and the other had hers at a Redeemed Christian Church of God.
However, to make up for the separation, the cousins held their reception together at the same venue.
According to Facebook user, Juliet Okomo, who had a chat with Briefly.co.za, the cousins met their brides in the same town in Egborode, Delta.
The groom wearing the blue suit was identified as Oghenetage Agbude and the one rocking the white suit was identified as Allen Ommamuromu Okomor.
It was gathered that the cousins, who are connected on their mothers' side, had grown up together. They had stayed with their grandmother, Ajatuewo.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had reported on another story that is unconventional. Two South African brothers had reportedly married the same woman on the same day. The twin brothers were filled with joy as they tied the knot with their bride.
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