- A woman called Sarah recently shared the testimony of her love-life online
- Sarah said that she found love with a man named Chijioke who had loved her when they were still young
- Chijioke met Sarah again after seven years of her being a widow and it almost never happened because she had an attitude at first
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A Nigerian woman simply called Sarah has found love in the arms of a man called Chijioke whjo had beencrushing on her when they were young.
According to Bellanaija Weddings, Sarah didn't reciprocate Chijioke's love as she was in love with someone else, whom she eventually got married to. Chijioke and Sarah met again in December 2019 and this time, she was a widow who had made up her mind to remain single.
In January 2020, the young widow got a message from someone named Jeffrey who asked if they could date each other. Paranoid, Sarah asked if he had not seen the rings on her fingers and that got Jefferey scared and he never called her again.
But when the beautiful woman made her findings and realised that Jeffrey was Chijioke, she called him and apologised for her reaction.
Sarah said that she gave Chijioke her number and asked if they could just chat but he refused. According to her, Chijioke didn't feel that it was okay to just chat with her.
The beautiful woman noted that his peaceful nature got through to her and that led them to become friends and later walk down the aisle.
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a bride made a grand entrance to her wedding venue with a horse. In a video making the rounds on social media, the young bride was seen making her way to the wedding venue with a majestic-looking white horse as her chaperone.
She walked slowly as an assistant held on to the horse’s reins to keep it in check and they all slowly made their way to meet other guests. It was a lovely and unique sight to behold.
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