Marriage

October 1, 2016

Marriage is a mandatory culture to Africans. It is a social status that is earned by working not achieved by what you owned. Wealth, possessions, etc contribute to your outreach to how many wives you marry. Keeping many wives over the years has proven though because of human demands and resources available. In many cases, you do have to strike balance or make sure all is satisfied with decisions, choices, ideas that you come up with as head of the family. In the 21st centuries, they too want to make decisions, choices and come up with ideas about because they are part of family and have full responsibility of anything that goes on in the family. African social status has sifted because some of them have grown richer and doing things becomes a union engaging everyone at same time-walking, shopping etc now need be done together. Few of them who are wealthy want to dominate social lives which can become a worrying issues to the rest giving headache to relatives of family and can lead to separation if it gets extreme. Now, that is an dreading because of amount of resources that they - family wants to accumulate. Imagine a Lopit talking marriage to Alur that makes lives not abusive however, culturally a talkative topic of the day, week, month etc, but it could be a done deal. Africa need to be free and maintain their marriage lives that makes social status easy, and always acceptable to all without hesitation. Africa on one hand need to copy and adopt marriage culture of other people from other regions of the world that way our priorities remain same with enough knowledge about what we do.