- A Nigerian man has proposed to the love of his life, Kemi, aboard an international flight, thousands of feet above sea level
- In making the proposal, the man spoke about how his girlfriend is very special to him as he told other passengers he would like to ask her a question
- Before proposing, the man walked down the airplane's aisle and went on his knees whilst people clapped
Perhaps what makes love an amazing experience whenever it happens despite the fact that it seems like an everyday human thing is how different people go about it.
A Nigerian man has raised the standard for public proposals as he asked his girlfriend, Kemi, to marry him onboard an international flight.
Before the proposal, a flight attendant came to the address system and told passengers that there is an important announcement before the Nigerian man approached the front of the aisle and spoke.
In a clip that has gone viral online, the man said that he would like to use the opportunity to introduce his girl and ask her a very important question.
The Nigerian said he hopes Kemi is also listening to him right now. When he dropped the mic and walked down to her, people hooted as they clapped to encourage him.
Down on both knees, the lover man presented the ring to his lover. The lady who was amazed at the unfolding event accepted the proposal and they both hugged.
Watch the clip below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported that what can be more beautiful than finding someone to love and call your own. A South African just showed exactly how beautiful it could be with their heartwarming Facebook post to feel-good group, ImStaying.
Jessica Johannisen took to the group to share how she and her love met each other while they were both living in London twelve years ago. Shortly after they got to know each other the two fell head over heels in love.
According to Jessica, the pair then got together and the rest, so to say is history. While the two South Africans met and fell in love abroad, they decided to bring their love back home by moving to Cape Town and settling down there.
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