- Conan-Moses Orseer Anyamikegh left many people stunned with his choice of a wedding outfit
- The Benue man ditched the conventional suit and tie for a more casual look comprising of jeans and dashiki
- His friends have taken to social media to celebrate him, regarding him as the first Tiv man to get married in a unique outfit
It appears more Africans are ditching the conventional white wedding look for something more traditional and Conan-Moses Orseer Anyamikegh is one of them.
The Benue man left jaws hanging when he showed up for his own wedding dressed in a dashiki and a pair of blue jeans - in place of a traditional suit and tie.
Anyamikegh accessorized his look with some dark sunshades and some shambalas on his wrists. His bride, however, kept it traditional as she looked dazzling in a beautiful dress with lace cutouts and a fringed neckline.
His friend, James Ornguga, took to Facebook to celebrate the couple.
"And the first Tiv man to hold his white wedding in jeans and Fulani danchiki was my friend, Conan-Moses Orseer Anyamikegh. Thanks for degrading this idea of English suits as wedding attire. I like your style. Congratulations, Tivboy!"
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Another friend, Ngutor Masev, shared photos from the church ceremony as Anyamikegh walked down the aisle with his blushing bride.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that US-based Mzansi actress Nomzamo Mbatha just keeps getting better and better. The Coming 2 America star announced on social media that she is launching her own range of sneakers in collaboration with Puma.
Nomzamo captioned her post: "Making history. Who knew a girl from KwaMashu would be THE FIRST. Introducing... THE SHANDU COLLECTION @PUMASouthAfrica THANK YOU FOR BELIEVING and BUILDING with me. #PUMAxNomzamo #SheMovesUs."
Nomzamo has been a brand ambassador for Puma for while now and the brand has entrusted her with launching her own line of kicks.
Meanwhile, a video of a dad trying hard to make his kid laugh has gone viral as he pretended to be the one controlling the movement of a cartoon character on TV.
A woman, Alina Panduru, who shared the video on her LinkedIn page said the daddy should be given the award of the most creative father of the year.
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