Woman left in tears after boyfriend proposes to her with a car

Woman left in tears after boyfriend proposes to her with a car

- A pretty young lady, Juliet Onyinyechukwu Ogueze, is now off the market

- Juliet’s beau, Onyeka ThankGod, asked her to be his wife in the presence of friends and well-wishers

- The soon-to-be husband took his proposal a step further by presenting Juliet with a car

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The hope and dream of a number of ladies is to find their one true love and live happily ever after. Even though this sounds like a fairytale, some ladies are fortunate enough to experience this.

A pretty lady identified on Facebook as Juliet Onyinyechukwu Ogueze recently had a lot to be thankful for after her beau asked her to be his wife.

Interestingly, the husband-to-be, Onyeka ThankGod, popped the life-changing question in the presence of friends and well-wishers.

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Nigerian lady in tears after boyfriend proposed to her with a car

Juliet Onyinyechukwu Ogueze with her fiance, Onyeka ThankGod Photo: Juliet Onyinyechukwu Ogueze / Facebook

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However, the marriage proposal was not a regular one, seeing as Onyeka presented his soon-to-be wife with a brand-new car as further proof of his love for her.

The ftale moment was enough to make Juliet shed some happy tears as she also shared the good news on social media.

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See her post below:

Congratulations to the couple.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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