- A Nigerian man with the name Tare Brisibe has found his heartthrob in Romania and he is happy about it all
- Sharing photos of their simple wedding ceremony on Twitter, Tare captioned it with "To have and to hold"
- Many reacted to the news as they complimented him on marrying a beautiful lady
A man with the Twitter name Tare Brisibe has got many talking on social media after he shared his wedding photo with his Romanian bride.
In a post he titled “To have and to hold”, he shared four pictures of the bride in a beautiful print as they both wore facemasks.
Many wished the couple well. While some Nigerians suggested that the marriage could be an arranged one for citizenship, others countered, saying the man married the person his heart wanted.
Many people also admired the man's height and how his suit fitted him well. The comment section of his post is filled with different opinions.
See the man’s post below:
His post received much love and has gathered over 15,000 likes on the platform. Below are some of the reactions from people:
"Look at the last frame and you'd think they can't be separated. Heh this world!"
"Citizenship done sure for you. Congratulations man."
"Congratulations boss, may Almighty God bless your union."
"Short girls are the cutest."
"The girl is too beautiful to be just for green card."
In response to the above, @Tamunoebi said:
"Not at all. They are almost age-mates. Man is a good guy and ain't the gold digging folk you find around. He's in for a lifetime walk with a woman he found in a strange land that became his sister, friend and confidante."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young man took the game of public marriage proposal to another level as he decided to ‘create’ a spiritual aura around his.
He decided to pop the question while his bae and other people were in a heated prayer session. As the prayer went on, the man went down on one knee.
When the lady opened her eyes, she could not believe what just happened and ran away, perhaps in great excitement as people asked her to come back.
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