- Love is a beautiful thing and when an African woman with the Twitter handle @janeychocolates found it, she took it to the next level by tying the knot with her lover
- The new bride could not hide her excitement and decided to share adorable photos of her big day on social media
- The comments section of her post was flooded with congratulatory messages and prayers from well-wishers
An African lady with the Twitter handle @janeychocolates has taken to the social media platform to celebrate her win after tying the knot with her lover.
The young lady shared adorable photos of herself and her husband after they were joined together at the Ikoyi registry in Lagos.
She captioned the pictures: "So just like that! I have a husband."
Africans on Twitter flooded the comments section with congratulatory messages and prayers.
A Twitter user with the handle @counsellingword wrote:
"Congratulations & wish you successful marital life. When The LORD GOD ALMIGHTY turns around situations, events & circumstances they seem like a dream. Joseph woke up on a normal day for him as a Prisoner, the same day he became higher than Potiphar & his wife & the 2nd authority."
Another tweep with the handle @AgathaManafa commented:
"Congratulations May the Lord bless your marriage Amen."
"Yoooo! This popped up on my timeline! Congratulations girl! I went to school with him. He was my seat mate in SS2&3 and I used to dub his physics, chemistry and further maths during tests. Congratulations to you both! Jibbs is a wonderful person. God bless your marriage!"
"Congratulations my dear. God bless your new home."
Below are other reactions:
In other Mzansi-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the sweet story of a woman sharing a picture of a 115-year-old great-grandmother holding her great-grandson.
Tsholo Dichabe shared an absolutely adorable image of her baby son and his 115-year-old great grandmother. According to Tsholo, the lady in the image is her son's father's grandmother and she feels blessed that her child could be held by her.
Her son has both his granny and his great-grandmother in his life and Tsholo could not be more grateful. She shared the post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and cites the lovely elderly ladies her reason for staying.
Her post has already gained over 13 000 reactions with almost 400 comments from Stayers.
Her full post read:
"I am staying because my son is so blessed to held by his father's grandmother. So blessed to have both his granny and his great-grandmother,. who is 115 years old. For that reason, I am staying."
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