Thursday, May 30, 2024

    Ghanaian Artist Rex Omar Advises Youths Not To Pressurise Themselves Over Holding A White Wedding After Performing Traditional Rites

    Legendary Ghanaian highlife artist, Rex Owusu Marfo, otherwise known as Rex Omar, took to his social media page to tell youths in Africa, especially Ghana, not to pressurize themselves over holding a white wedding ceremony after performing the traditional marriage rites.

    In a Facebook post sighted by Ameyaw Debrah Media, Rex Omar noted that in the African jurisdiction, the traditional ceremony is the ‘real marriage’, advising young people to desist from calling the traditional ceremony ‘Engagement’.

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    ‘’After the two families have met and you’re done performing the traditional marriage ceremony with all the customs, please STOP calling it an engagement! That is the actual marriage according to our AFRICAN tradition laid down for us by our ANCESTORS,” he wrote.

    “Do NOT after that put pressure on yourselves waste money that could have been used to start life to go perform another white European wedding ceremony and call that the marriage. Our ANCESTORS were NOT stupid! For the lack of knowledge, my people perished,’’ the singer added.

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