Your daughter will be respected – Davido assures Chioma’s parents

Newly married singer, David Adeleke, better known as Davido, has given some words of assurance to the father and mother of his wife, Chioma.

He promised them that their daughter whom he intends to spend forever with, will be protected and respected in their union.

Your daughter will be respected - Davido assures Chioma’s parents

According to the 31-year-old music star, he had promised Chioma “a lifetime assurance” and will keep to his words.

Davido spoke on Tuesday at the traditional wedding ceremony which held in Lagos state amid fanfare and domination of he trends under the tag #CHIVIDO2024

He said: “I promised her a lifetime assurance. I promise you, your daughter will be protected, respected, and connected. Mummy and daddy, I love you.”

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In another news…

CorrectNG recalls that a Nigerian father stirred reactions on social media because he returned his daughter’s bride price on the wedding day.

He attended the wedding ceremony with the money his son-in-law paid for her hand in marriage and gave it back to the groom while warning him to take care of his wife.

In a video that went viral on social media, the groom was told that the dowry money was to add to what they had so that he will not starve his bride.

The bride’s family warned the groom that if his wife ever goes hungry, they would storm his house to take back their daughter.

In reaction, @Ogheneyole said; To marry woman nah free normally, nah you want spend millions for reception and after party

@abiodun_promise; This is a Yoruba thing but they don’t do it in the open like this. Weldone to the man

@CROWNEDCHIEF; Make all of una shut up, it’s common in Yoruba this’s common in Esan that. Bullshiiiiiii. Why tell the guy to buy plenty things at the first place?

@OyorG20; Sometimes, it goes beyond food and care, also, it signifies that the lady is not totally yours, in the event that she passes unto glory, her body shall be returned to her family for burial.

@IdialuOgudo; That is Esan tradition they don’t sell their daughters. My dad also did same when giving out his daughter my sister out. Esan to the world.