Couple Says They Got Married 3 Days after Meeting on Tinder Dating Site

Couple Says They Got Married 3 Days after Meeting on Tinder Dating Site

- The story of Godfrey and Pauline Mwakazi, who met on Tinder, is amazing

- They met when Pauline was in a relationship with a mzungu man, and Godfrey had just parted ways with his wife

- The two are so much in love and their beautiful story has gone viral, leaving many wowed

- Godfrey and his ex-lover are co-parenting.

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Pauline is a lucky woman. She is happily married to Godfrey Mwakazi, a man she met on the famous dating app Tinder.

Nairobi Couple: "We Got Married 3 Days After Meeting on Tinder Dating Site"
Godfrey and Pauline Mwakazi. Photo: Tuko Talks.
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The two met six years ago, and their love is still as strong as the first day.

Pauline, a mother of two and Godfrey, a certified personal trainer, spoke about their love journey to Briefly News and their story is beautiful.

Pauline was in a relationship with a mzungu man at the time she met Godfrey. She was in love with a foreigner who visited her once in a while, but he was violent and used to drink a lot.

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Things weren't working well, and the former model decided to call it quits.

"We separated. I left him to stay in my house and moved to my friend's house," Pauline recalled.

Same to Godfrey, his previous relationship didn't work.

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Godfrey was single at the time his female friend introduced him to Tinder. He went on downloaded and Tinder on his phone, and luckily, he got five matches.

"It was my first time on Tinder and within the first day, I liked five women," Godfrey said.

Godfrey said he had spoken to one of the women and arranged to meet her, but his friend didn't like Pauline because the other women were light-skinned.

On the other hand, Pauline said:

"I wanted someone self employed, mature. I first said hi to him on Tinder and he responded."

They went ahead to chat, and three days later, they decided to meet for lunch.

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"The day we had our first meeting, she had two other dates with wealthy men from Tinder," Godfrey recalled.

Pauline met Godfrey, and they went to his house in Kawangware for him to change before they went out for lunch.

"When we got home, she sat next to the door. After changing, I gave her a house tour and told her 'this is your house'. I had already made up my mind that she was the one meant for me," he said.

Godfrey, a lover of cars, swept Pauline off her feet the first day they met.

"He gave me a warm welcome and the fact he told me everything about his past relationship made me get attracted to him," the mother of two narrated.
Nairobi Couple: "We Got Married 3 Days After Meeting on Tinder Dating Site"
Godfrey and Pauline Mwakazi. Photo: Tuko Talks.
Source: UGC

Pauline said she made it clear that she was not all about money, cars but peace.

After spending the day together, the couple decided to give it a try, and Pauline consulted her best friend on what to do, and she told her to have fun with him.

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"The same day we set eyes on each other is the same day she got married," Godfrey said.

Speaking about their first date, Pauline said:

"We met on Saturday and I slept at his place untill Monday."

The following week Godfrey met Pauline's sister, and the rest is history.

Godfrey and his ex-lover are co-parenting.

Earlier, Briefly News reported that a young lady identified as Ichumile Gqada has got social media talking after sharing photos from her traditional wedding in which she and her lover were decked in stunning traditional African attire.

The young lady with the handle @NgcuzaG simply captioned the photos:

"I got married."

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Stefan Mack (Editor) Stefan Mack is an English and history teacher who has broadened his horizons with journalism. He enjoys experiencing the human condition through the world's media. Stefan keeps Briefly News' readers entertained during the weekend. He graduated from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in 2010 with a Bachelor of Education (BEd), majoring in History and English. Stefan has been writing for Briefly News for a number of years and has covered mainstream to human interest articles.

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Kelly Lippke (Senior Editor) Kelly Lippke is a copy editor/proofreader who started her career at the Northern-Natal Courier with a BA in Communication Science/Psychology (Unisa, 2007). Kelly has worked for several Caxton publications, including the Highway Mail and Northglen News. Kelly’s unique editing perspective stems from an additional major in Linguistics. Kelly joined Briefly News in 2018 and she has 14 years of experience. Kelly has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at kelly.lippke@briefly.co.za.

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