Deaf Couple Shares Story: "I'd Like My Wife to Tell Me She Loves Me"

Deaf Couple Shares Story: "I'd Like My Wife to Tell Me She Loves Me"

- Despite having hearing challenges, a couple are unfazed and love each other dearly

- In a new video, the couple recounted how they met and got married, stressing that they don't care about the opinions of outsiders

- Kennedy, the husband, also spoke on his desire to hear his wife profess her love to him

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Kennedy and Tina are a Nigerian couple that perfectly demonstrates what love is all about. The lovebirds in a recent interview with BBC News Pidgin mentioned something that endears them to each other.

The First Thing I'd Like My Wife to Tell Me is That She Loves Me, Nigerian Deaf Couple Share Their Sweet Story
Deaf Nigerian couple wow many with their love story Photo Credit: Screengrabs from video shared by BBC News Pidgin
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Kennedy on his own part stated that he loves that his wife is a great cook, does the laundry well and other wifely duties. 27-year-old Tina on her part said she loves her husband for his looks and his personality.

Recounting how they met and consequently tied the knot, 30-year-old Kennedy said he had come across Tina in church and approached her for a relationship that would lead to marriage.

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While stressing that his wife is not so good at sign language, Kennedy stated that they couldn't care less what the outside world thinks of their relationship.

The business people, who are yet to have kids, have inspired others with their love story.

Constance Nkpoli Iwegbu said:

"Your marriage is blessed with the blessings of God, which makes rich and adds no sorrows, in Jesus' Name. Congratulations."

Olateju Oluwo wrote:

"Awesome! The greatest thing in marriage is love! I know if she can't say it; she displays it! You're marvellously helped of God in Jesus' mighty Name. I wish you both the best of everything!"

Onwuka Comfort reacted:

"I just fell out my seat and landed my buttons on ground just as I was watching this lovely couple with keen interest chaii I wish you both the best of everything in marriage AMEN."

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In more heartwarming Briefly News, in sickness and in health is one of the vows that intending couples are made to mutter on their wedding day and time has shown that not all of these couples actually keep to the vow.

However, some other couples have proven that true love knows no disability or sickness as they maintain their union for several decades. Briefly News has sighted the report of the longest-married couple with Down Syndrome. Gareth Tobias and Deana have been married for 27 years despite living with the condition.

According to reports by Metro UK, Gareth and Deana met and fell in love with each other when they were 17 and 19 years of age respectively.

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