First Lady Christine Kaseba says marriages can only last longer if couples continue to remind each other of their love.
Dr. Kaseba said loving each other whole heartedly should also be sustained by actions that should enable couples to fully submit to each other throughout their lives.
The first lady was speaking when she officiated at a colourful wedding ceremony for Amina Randeree second born daughter to Community Development Mother and Child Health Deputy Minister Jean Kapata who got married to Aron Musonda at Government Complex in Lusaka last night.
And Dr. Kaseba said it is gratifying to see many couples in the country celebrating silver jubilee a move she said should act as an inspiration to new couples.
Cabinet Ministers that attended the wedding were Community Development Mother and Child Health Minister Joseph Katema and Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Minister Professor Nkandu Luo.
Also present were Community Development Mother and Child Health Deputy Minister Jean Kapata, Commerce Deputy Minister Miles Sampa, Chiefs and Traditional Affairs Deputy Minister Susan Kawandami, Home Affairs Deputy Minister Winfridah Kansembe, Gender and Child Development Deputy Minister Esther Banda and Works and Supply Deputy Minister Mwiimba Malama.
Others were Clerk of the National Assembly Alice Mwiinga, senior government officials and former Permanent Secretary at Cabinet Office Emmanuel Mwamba.