- A couple who started dating in 1999 have got people talking with their pre-wedding photos and some pictures they took many years ago
- Social media users could not believe their eyes after spotting the old images online and they commended the lovebirds for being together for over two decades
- The photos were shared on Facebook by a man identified as Austine Bassey
Pre-wedding photos and old images of a couple who started dating in 1999 have shown that patience is truly a virtue.
The photos of the couple were shared by a Facebook user identified as Austine Bassey, who commended them for their patience.
"Congratulations brother! It's good to be patient because nothing good comes easily, my regards to your wife-to-be! She's indeed your own."
Social media users were surprised that the lovebirds had been dating for 21 years and from such a young age and congratulated them for finally taking their relationship to the next level.
A Facebook user identified as Olori Dammy commented:
"Wow!! This is very rare since 1999 and both of them still ended up getting married without the man bring (sic) an excuses it's the grace of God the lady is dem a lucky one, cos men of this (sic) days get tired of a lady and want to taste semo instead of rice."
Olori Dammy wrote:
"Both of them has gone a long way may Almighty God bless your Union with beautiful kids."
Mercy Love commented:
In other news, a female doctor from the north of Africa has taken her search for a husband to social media as she recently posted a picture of herself on Twitter and asked her followers if they needed a wife.
Dr Halima Abubakar with the Twitter handle @DrHalima_ got her followers talking with her adorable photo, which she captioned a bit cheekily:
"Who needs a wife?"
The responses that Dr Halima Abubakar received with mostly positive and more than just a few men (and possibly women too) tried to shoot their shot. We wonder what her DM inbox looked like after she put the invitation out on social media.
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