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Tying The Knot Is it bad for a bride and groom to skip the religious part of a wedding?

Omakwu, the Senior Pastor of Family Worship Centre, Abuja said couples who marry traditionally or in court cannot have sex because it's still not seen as a legal union before the eyes of God

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Beautiful couple on their wedding day

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A pastor, Sarah Omakwu has been trending on Twitter after she posted some tweets with the hashtag #SexualPerversion.

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Pastor Sarah Omakwu of Family Worship Centre, Abuja

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Omakwu, the Senior Pastor of Family Worship Centre, Abuja said couples who marry traditionally or in court cannot have sex because it's still not seen as a legal union before the eyes of God.

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We all know that weddings in Nigeria are done in court, traditionally and religiously - a church for Christians or mosque for Muslims.

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Couples either do all three, two or just one depending on the agreement made between the families of the bride and groom.

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Couple getting married

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We ask if it's right to skip the religious part of a wedding and just have a court and traditional wedding?

Is it bad for a bride and groom to skip the religious part of a wedding?»

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