Sincerely! I personally think it’s your responsibility to protect the interest of your man. You better apply wisdom now, if you don’t want to drink garri, day in, day out after wedding. All those people exploiting him will be the same persons that will mock you when you marry and you look tattered. Even if he has all the money in the world, is it their money? Can’t you both do something better with that money?
Protect him from those Alaga Ijoko and iduro. Protect him from outrageous bride price. I don’t know for other tribes but I know for the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria. Those Alaga Ijoko and Iduro are paid for their services, so why give them an opportunity to exploit your husband financially?
Some ladies will even be laughing at the guy’s dilemma. It’s your responsibility to fight for him, protect him, defend him. It is not his money, it’s our money, your future is at stake here. You better don’t mess it up.
And for the bride price, you are not an item sold in the market. Protect him in the place of prayers and strategically talk on his behalf. Men made tradition, men can also change traditions. The only validation you need is in the word of God. He deserves to be loved and treated right too. Don’t give him over to the ‘hyenas’ to kill.