See bride price requirements in Mbaise, Imo state [PHOTO]

Facebook user, Pastor Abasiubong Tom shared a picture with bride price items of a woman from Mbaise, Imo state on Sunday, August 7, 2016.

Man shares bride price requirements in Mbaise, Imo state

Bride price items like pigs, ram, goat, fish, beer, rice can be seen in the photo.

Tom captioned the photo "Traditional marriage things in mbaise..... I'll run oo." Which insinuates that he would

This is not the first time the public is getting the notion that ladies from Imo state have the most expensive bride price list.

The post has since received over 150 comments on Facebook. See some comments below:

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