My In-Laws Want Me To Do A Weird Ritual Before Marrying Their Daughter – What Should I Do?
Jun. 29, 2020
Kudjo is currently planning on getting married to her long-time girlfriend, however, the family of his future wife are demanding that he does a ritual in before going ahead with the marriage.
Being troubled he approached Scooper Observer to share his problem and also ask for assistance. He narrated;
We have been dating for 3 years now and finally wanted to get married, however, my fiancee’s family are demanding that I go through a family ritual before I can get married to their daughter.
The interesting thing is that they have not given me full detail of what the ritual is about and it is quite disturbing to me and also for my family as well.
Before proposing to my girlfriend I asked that she tells me more about her family and she did, but she left this one out of our conversation.
When I asked her why she didn’t tell me about any form of ritual before marriage her response was that she personally didn’t know anything like that existed and the only thing she could say was that it is done to men who intend to marry from the family.
My parents are a bit worried about the whole ritual and what it entails because we are Christians and wouldn’t want to engage in anything that will involve worshipping smaller gods or herbalists.
Personally, I have tried to get information from my future in-laws regarding the ritual and what it entails, but the only thing they told me is that I would have to come and spend my entire day in the family house.
They also told me that I would have to come alone and when I do, my wife will be present to watch everything and the entire process. I don’t know what to do and I’m thinking of ending things. What should I do?
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