by crossriverwatch admin
The Chairman of Abi Local Government Council Hon. Edith Amadi has advised couples against third party interference in their marriages especially when the marriage is at infancy stage.
Hon. Amadi gave the advice weekend in Calabar during the wedding ceremony of her Vice, Hon Catherine Francis Eremi which held at the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) House of David, 42 IBB way, Calabar.
The Abi Council Boss who spoke with newsmen at the reception venue, Channel View Hotel, MCC Road Calabar maintained that excessive third party interference was inimical to the growth of a happy marriage, adding that it was dangerous for young couples to adhere to the destructive tendencies of third party like friends and family members who may consciously or unconsciously be setting up the marriage for failure.
She admonished her Vice, former Hon Catherine Eremi now Hon. Mrs. Catherine Owuala to remain committed to building a happy home while trying hard to install good family values in her marriage as doing this was critical to the success of any marriage.
Meanwhile, the wedding ceremony was a blend of class and glamour which witnessed a congregation of the crème d’ la crème of persons from all works of life.
The exotic wedding reception which was a mix bag of entertainment at the Channel View Hotel Calabar, was also a roll call of ‘who is who’ in the Society as members of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigerian (PMAN) and stand-up comedians drawn from different parts of the country kept guests thrilled and immobile throughout the duration of the event with a variety of fun-packed activities which featured intermittently.
Dignitaries at the ceremony were Air Vice Marshal Eko Osim Rtd; Cross River State Security Adviser, Barr Rekpene Bassey and other members of the State Executive Council, renown Medical Practitioner and Board member Federal Medical Center Lafia, Dr Charles Iwara as well as Chairmen and Vice Chairmen of Councils, the Abi Executive and Legislative Councils amongst others.
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