- A man named @RealSamAjibola on Twitter has said after getting married that the lady was his class captain when they were in primary school
- According to @RealSamAjibola, the lady was always writing his name as part of talkatives in class back then
- Now, they are set to spend the rest of their lives together and tweeps just can't keep calm
A gentleman identified on Twitter as @RealSamAjibola has revealed that he got married to a lady who was his class captain back in primary school.
In a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on his personal account, the happy husband shared photos of himself and his wife when they had both their traditional and white weddings.
According to @RealSamAjibola, the lady used to write his name as part of the noisemakers in class to get punished without knowing he would one day become her husband.
"She was my class captain in primary school and always wrote my name as noisemaker but today we're married", he said.
See the post below:
@Drmi_ghty shared a similar story happening in his life and added a question:
She used to write my name among the noise makers very well even if I'm absent...Now we are in the same medical college. Does it mean we might marry each other in the future???
@OdogwuAchina took note of how the gentleman got his wife:
1. Be in a class with a Girl as a class captain.
2. Be a serial noisemaker
3. Ensure I make the noisemakers list every day
4. Marry her.
@ellnasiru added another note:
Make sure you know her address even after primary school no come Twitter dey make us search for your class monitor
In other news, it appears more Africans are ditching the conventional white wedding look for something more traditional and Conan-Moses Orseer Anyamikegh is one of them.
The Benue man left jaws hanging when he showed up for his own wedding dressed in a dashiki and a pair of blue jeans - in place of a traditional suit and tie.
Anyamikegh accessorized his look with some dark sunshades and some shambalas on his wrists. His bride, however, kept it traditional as she looked dazzling in a beautiful dress with lace cutouts and a fringed neckline.
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