A Nigerian has cried out on how the rainfall almost ruined one of her most important celebrations, her wedding day.
In a TikTok video, Sasha shared that her traditional wedding was almost destroyed because of the sudden downfall of rain.
It was captured that the tents and every other wedding decoration had already been set but were suddenly ruined when the downpour began.
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The bride showed how the downpour continued violently flooding the location of her event as she explained that the rain started a few seconds after the decorations were done in the venue.
She however shared that although her day was almost ruined but God somehow took control of the matter.
“So this was my traditional marriage day, immediately they finish the decorations, rain started falling and scattered everything. The rain try to spoil my day but God did,” she said.
Reactions: This is showers of blessing
The video had many people sympathizing with the bride. While some asserted that she should have checked the weather forecast to know if they were going to be a pour that day, others explained that rain was a blessing too. See some comments below;
@Kesterblings: Raining season people should consider getting a hall or wait till September
@🎀🦋I’m Asawan🎀🦋: This is showers of blessings go and enjoy your marriage and home in God’s name amen 🥰
@Azike Ngozi: Make una stop to Dey put weeding during season if u no fit rent hall Abeg 🙏🙏😩
@Queen__shankees: God did but next time make una try dey settle rain makers 🥺
@Mhiz oreva: God did 🥰🥰 . It’s can only be him
@Vivian😍😍😍😍: remember rain is also God creations
@ednaprinces265: what if God didn’t want the marriage to happen
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Aso-ebi ladies defy rain to dance with bride on her traditional wedding
Meanwhile, the bride and a group of aso-ebi girls danced in the rain together during the bride’s traditional wedding ceremony.
In the video, the women braved the rain to dance with the bride with the utmost excitement and enthusiasm.
They were all exquisitely attired in matching blue lace and varying designs.