- An adorable video of a couple has got people talking on social media as the lovebirds could be seen leading the praise and worship session during their church wedding
- The video was shared on Instagram and many Nigerians took to the comment section to pray for the couple
- Some also jokingly said in the comment section that it's a case of choirmaster walking down the aisle with choir mistress
A couple in Benin City recently warmed hearts on social media after a video of them emerged on Instagram.
In the video that was shared by @instablog9ja, the couple could be seen leading the praise and worship session during their church wedding.
With her angelic voice, the bride sang Mercy Chinwo's Excess Love as her hubby danced and waited for her to pass the microphone to him.
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When he was passed the microphone, the groom also proved that his voice was as sweet as his wife's. They both praised God with their sweet voices as appreciation for bringing them together as one.
Many react to the adorable video
Reacting, @zinnieposh said:
"God I can sing oh!! Hmmmm! Okay oh!"
"He will not cheat in the marriage in Jesus name, amen."
"So beautiful. May your marriage last in Jesus name amen."
"Choir master weds choir mistress."
"This is so beautiful to watch. May God bless their union."
Video shows wedding where only dollars was sprayed throughout
In other news, a couple's wedding ceremony became the talk of social media owing to the manner in which money bags displayed their wealth.
The rich wedding occasion turned a dollar-spraying spree as can be seen in an Instagram video shared by @maxwelljennings.
The occasion which was that of lovebirds identified as Bernice & Kojo was as if it was an entry rule that no currency aside from dollars be showcased.
From left, right and centre, money rained to the point that it littered the floor and became a carpet for the dancing couple and guests.
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Source: Briefly News