- A local woman has taken to popular Facebook group, ImStaying, to share how she met her partner, celebrated a baby shower, and got proposed to in just one year
- In her post, Celia Mmakau shares some sweet pictures of herself and her bae as well as her beautiful engagement ring
- The post received thousands of reactions from Stayers who congratulated Celia on her newfound and blossoming love
Finding true love is always a cause for celebration. A local Facebooker did exactly that when she took to local group ImStaying to share with her fellow Stayers the story of how she met her partner last year. This year she found out that she is expecting, and is now engaged to be married.
#ImStaying...we met 2019 May and decided to date.We have become so much inlove. This year Feb I out I'm pregnant with his baby and the past Saturday 29 August he decided to pay lobola for me. He also proposed to me infront of my family and organised a babyshower for me with my friends. God is really great I'm so blessed an lucky...that is why I'm staying."
Celia Mmakau shared beautiful pictures of herself and her now fiance' celebrating at her baby shower, their families at the lobola negotiations, and her beautiful engagement ring. Look at her post below.
The post was met with thousands of reactions from locals who wished the two nothing but happiness. Here are some of those comments.
Diana Morris said:
"Love and blessings to you both."
Karen Groenewald said:
"May God keep on blessing you guys."
While Pat Branford had this to say:
"Blessings and awesomeness to you all."
In other Briefly.co.za news, South African Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni is once again causing a ruckus on Twitter. This after he posted a picture of his younger self on to Twitter. The old picture was accompanied by a long inspirational message about his fights against the apartheid struggle.
"Young and ambitious! Convinced of a democratic, non-racial,non-sexist South Africa.Travelled throughout the length and breadth of the UK Campaigning for sanctions against Apartheid SA! I still keep the Faith! Not mafikazolo! Peacetime heroes!" he captioned the throwback.
While the tweet was meant to inspire, it rather became a source of jokes for locals. It racked up thousands of likes, retweets, and comments from tweeps who can't seem to get enough of the Tito Mboweni jokes.
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