Thursday, 2 February 2017

Unique Guide to Maasai's Tribe Traditional Marriage Rituals

A maasai bride
Marriage with the Maasai tribe is the same as any other marriages which are associated with many socio-economic issues such as property transfer, lineage, kinship and reproduction, which are as dynamic as the numerous customs affiliated with them. The Maasai tribe are customary known as a herdsmen and warrior community, they live in close proximity to some of the world’s best safari destinations found in Kenya and Tanzania. 

Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Wedding Menu: Foods to Serve Guest in a Typical Isoko Traditional Marriage

owo soup
Food is an important part of any celebrations in Africa, it is an integral part of any marriage ceremony. Weddings mark the beginning of a new phase in any couple’s life. Therefore, making it memorable should be the watchword. For me, one way to make it memorable is when there are varieties of foods to choose from.

Thursday, 12 January 2017

7 Little Signs He Wants You For Serious Relationship

An African school thought said, “A man’s state of mind depends on the lady to a larger extent. It’s her duty to keep the relationship satisfied in every way. Keep a healthy environment at home, have good sex, good cook, be friendly, respect his views, share, discuss and find a solution to problems jointly, after doing all this, you see him go crazy in love with you”.

Friday, 6 January 2017

Can I say no to Premarital sex? – How realistic is it?

We live in a time where premarital sex is on the increase, can no sex before marriage work? Our moral values are becoming eroded. Some may say that morality is subjected and no more a standard. The world we live in has changed into something else. Everything today is tied to sexuality, this has led many young people to see sex as the center of their dating relationship. Sexually active men are considered champions and women skillful, while someone who saves him or herself in chastity is taken to be a wimp.

Monday, 2 January 2017

Couple Counseling – 5 Tips in Making Your Marriage Work and Live Happily Ever After

Now you know and have accepted the fact that your marriage is going to be work – a real hard work. You need to ask yourself this - what can make my marriage strong, and what can make it crumble? With this in your mind I believe you are on the right part in making your marriage work. Here are a few very simple principles–that if applied consistently–will go a long way in making your marriage work and live happily ever after. 

Thursday, 29 December 2016

Don’t Get Married – Marriage Is Hard Only For Matured Minds.

Like it or not marriage is hard, it takes two matured minds, who are willing to work it out, overlook individual flaws, in other to create an enabling environment for marriage to strive. If you are not ready – don’t get married!! We are aware that marriage takes work– a lot of work. We know this. We’ve heard it over and over. We’ve seen the statistics on divorce and read countless articles telling us how hard marriage is.

Monday, 26 December 2016

2016 Christmas! Stars Around the World Share Adorable Family Photos on Social Media

Christmas is here – it’s a fun time to share with family and friends. Celebrities are not left out either a whole host of stars showed off their Christmas Eve preparations with a series of excitable snaps. Just-in-time for Christmas, which has turned into a yearly routine, Gabriella union, Ludacris, Joseph Yobo and others shared adorable Christmas Photos with their fans all over the world on social media.

Friday, 23 December 2016

4 Unique Guide to Traditional Wedding Ceremony of Kikuyu People in Kenya

The Kikuyu tribe, is the largest ethnic group in Kenya, making up about 22% of the countries total population. Kikuyu culture is one of the more documented cultures, with lots of fact depicted in books and movies. Below, are 4 Guides to Kikuyu traditional wedding process. 

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Divorce Tips: 5 Things You Must Do Right When Considering a Divorce

The end of a marriage or a long-term relationship can be difficult most times. It’s not an easy decision and, for most people, is their last choice.

Friday, 16 December 2016

First Official Pre-Wedding Photo of Zahra Buhari and Ahmed Indimi

Aisha Buhari, first lady of Nigeria and wife to President Muhammadu Buhari has shared the first official pre-wedding photo of her daughter Zahra Buhari, urging Nigerians to join her in prayers.She wrote