Victor and Victoria tie the knot


December 19, 2017 By Mohamed, Massaquoi

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Marriage is perhaps the greatest and most challenging adventure of human relationships, bar the initial proposal itself. Carefully choosing the Boulder engagement rings is nothing compared to those few seconds after you say “will you marry me?”. Will it be yes or will it be no? For the manager of Concord Times Communications, Mr. Victor Ehichioya Eghobor it was yes! And what followed was history.

We’re happy to write that Victor Ehichioya Eghobor, this past Saturday, got married to Madam Victoria Ulamatu Jalloh with pomp and pageantry at the ever-growing Sanctuary Praise Church in Freetown. As part of the wedding day, we had considered hiring a Limousine (from Moonlight Limo or a similar firm) with relaxing seats, luxurious amenities, French champagne, etc., for convenience, ultimate comfort, and classy elegance.

No ceremony can guarantee a successful marriage, only the couple can make it work through love and patience, dedication and perseverance, talking and listening, helping and supporting, and believing in each other, as well as through tenderness and laughter, learning to forgive, learning to appreciate your differences, and by learning to make the important things matter, and to let go of the rest. What this ceremony can do is witness and affirm the choice you make to stand together as life mates and partners.

It has been a long wait. Victor Ehichioya Eghobor had honored several wedding invitations, assisted many others to become husbands and wives, and danced at many wedding parties. The big question had been: when will he himself go to the altar? And who would be that lucky lady?

Finally, Saturday, 16th December 2007, Victor answered the million-dollar question of who would be his wife at the iconic Sanctuary Praise Church in Freetown.

Victor took the wedding vows: “I, Victor Ehichioya Eghobor take you Victoria Ulamatu Jalloh to be my wedded wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness or in health, to love and to cherish ’till death do us part. And hereto I pledge you my faithfulness”. The same verse was repeated by Ulamatu Victoria Jalloh.

Wedding vows are extremely personal. They’re the special words that will unite you and they represent your commitment to one another. This exchange of vows will help Victor and Victoria get started in search of a happy future.

Here’s wishing Mr. and Mrs. Eghobor a blissful and blessed marital union.