- Age is just a number, and many people have been disregarding the age gap when finding love
- This is the case of a 23-year-old man identified as Adam Dalla who got married to a 45-year-old politician
- People on social media soon flooded the comment section of the post after the adorable photos of the couple emerged on social media
A 23-year-old Nigerian man identified as Adam Dalla has married 45-year-old popular politician, Barrister Jamila Babuba.
According to a post by @lindaikejiblogofficial on Instagram, the couple had a ceremony on 18 May and their wedding reception will be held on 31 May.
Their adorable photos and invitation letter were shared on the social media platform and many people were inspired by the love between the couple.
Reacting to the post, an Instagram user with the handle @ju_sapphire wrote:
"Those of you that like to calculate age, keep counting. You can come add mine to yours please. Age means nothing, maturity is everything! Wherever you find love, go for it and be happy. We all won't make it out of this world alive so enjoy your life and live for YOU!!!! People will always talk but who cares anyway."
"Congrats. Inner Peace and Happiness Matter, Not People’s Opinions."
"This boy got no parents??"
"Love in Ethiopia, congratulations."
Briefly News previously reported that a 27-year-old lady has revealed that she has found herself in an interesting love triangle and does not really know how to handle the entire situation.
In an anonymous narration to Nana Aba Anamoah, the lady indicated that she has been dating her man for four years, during which period he met another lady and got married to the lady. According to the narrator, the reason the man gave for tying the knot with another woman was that he wanted to get married to a career woman and she, the narrator, is not.
However, the man still dates her and has promised to marry her in addition to the career woman who is quite older than her as a second wife.
"I have agreed to be a second wife to him but I'm scared because of what people are telling me", she added.
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