Realnews correspondent Benprince marries Jennifer in Ngwo, Enugu state

Thu, Jun 3, 2021
By editor

General News

SATURDAY, May 29, 2021, was a joyful day for Omasirichi Jennifer and Benprince Ikemefuna Eze as they were joined in holy matrimony that was largely attended by family members, colleagues, friends, and well-wishers from different cities across the country.

The church service, attended by the management and staff of Realnews and their friends was held at the Christ the King Parish of the Catholic Church, Ngwo in the Udi local government area of Enugu state.

Jennifer, decked in a long flowing white wedding gown and Benprince, clad in a well-tailored navy-blue three pair suit arrived early in the church and they beamed with smiles as they took their marriage vows “to love and to cherish each other until death”

The priest, who took time to explain to them about the many challenges couples are likely to face in marriage, enjoined them to be patient with each other whilst striving to understand themselves better. According to him, the bride must know the things she could do to make her husband angry so as not to do them, while the husband must know the things that make his wife angry so you should avoid them.

Benprince, who spoke to Realnews correspondent after the church service, said that he wasn’t surprised that he was getting married to Jennifer.

He disclosed that he met Jennifer in her village in Okwe Uwani, Amankwo Ngwo, a stone throw from his own village; Uwani Uboji, Ngwo during one of his numerous travels in 2018 and that he knew there and then that they were made for each other.

The guests were treated to a colorful reception during the traditional marriage ceremony which followed immediately after the church service at the bride’s compound in Okwe Uwani, Amankwo Ngwo.

For the elated Benprince, who is a correspondent with Realnews, Lagos, it was a day he would cherish for life. He expressed his gratitude and that of Jennifer to all the guests, especially the management and staff of Realnews, who honored them with their presence.

– June 03, 2021 @ 18:46 GMT