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Around the planet, there are various cultures that practice various habits and traditions. These cultures have frequently set up principles for the individuals of their society to follow and adhere to. Some societies exercise their own customs and traditions in a more lenient way. On the other hand, some societies are very strict with their clinics and strive to keep and preserve their own culture by teaching the customs to the people and practicing them regularly. Such is true at the Nigerian society. The Nigerian men and women follow particular rules and customs with regard to marriage practices, societal standing, and superstitions. The marriage custom is one specific element of their culture that's strictly enforced for the majority of men and women of their society. The guy's family is supposed to pay the household of the bride a particular amount of cash to marry the girl. This habit, along with several others, is shown in the book, The Bride Price, by Buchi Emecheta, when the principal character, a young girl named Aku-nna, falls in love with a guy named Chike, who comes from a family where the people were once slaves. Through the novel, the customs of Nigerian society are researched while Aku-nna and Chike attempt or overcome their households' adversities. Aku-nna and her brother Nna-nndo reside in Lagos together with their father at the start of the book. The two siblings have grown up in Nigeria learning the customs and practicing them at a young age. Aku-nna, being the sole female in the house takes on the responsibilities of their family much like the rest of the women in Nigerian society. The women acknowledge the simple fact that it is their duty to do this and comply with no disagreements. When Aku-nna's dad told her to make dinner, then she will so willingly in orde...