And it was such a powerful message that it will reverberate in the groom’s mind for the rest of his life.
Your final bus stop is Rita. Don’t mess with her, and don’t treat her like a punching bag. They resonated in Anosike’s ears, who is the publisher of the Daily Times, “Remember that you married Ada Mbaise.”
Interestingly, the groom comes from the Anambra tribe of the late Senator President, Chuba Okadigbo, and his widow, Senator Margaret Okadigbo, was present to honor and support the pair with Senator Anosike.
The bride’s kinsmen leave a message for their son-in-law, Fidelis Anosike.
And it was such a message that will ring in the groom’s ears for eternity.
Rita is your last bus stop. Don’t mess around with her, don’t use her as your punching bag. “Remember that you married Ada Mbaise,” they echoed in the ears of Anosike, who’s the publisher of the Daily Times.
Interestingly, the groom hails from the tribe of the late Senator President, Chuba Okadigbo, of Anambra, and his wife, Senator Margaret Okadigbo, was physically present alongside Senator Anosike to honour and support the couple.
Even as the bride’s kinsmen made it clear to the groom that they are more interested in the happiness of their daughter than their friendship with him. Some of the remarks at the event if they were anything to go by, painted some picture of the groom. But as the Holy Bible stated: “Love conquers all things and covers a multitude of sin.”
Rita has found true love in the arms of Anosike and that’s what matters to the couple. And the more reason they painted the ancient town of Mbaise red during the week.
Giving his royal blessings to the couple, HRM, Eze Marcellenus J.O Naturuocha, the bride’s uncle urged the groom to endeavour to be a good husband to their daughter.