Save the Date: Couple Who Met on WhatsApp Group Are Set to Marry in Late December

Save the Date: Couple Who Met on WhatsApp Group Are Set to Marry in Late December

  • The founder of 'Fotogbey', Eugene Affum, and his fiancée are set to marry on Friday, 24 December
  • The pair are members of a group he created on WhatsApp, which is said to have witnessed four marriages in four years
  • Their gorgeous pre-wedding photos were shared online and have garnered thousands of responses from netizens

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The founder of Fotogbey, Eugene Affum, is set to tie the knot with his long-time girlfriend, who is a member of a group he created on WhatsApp.

The pair are the latest love story of the power of social media in bringing two people on a path leading to marriage.

On Thursday, 9 December, a Ghanaian social media influencer, known popularly as Nänä Teä, shared the pre-wedding photos of Eugene Affum and his would-be-wife on Facebook.

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Ghanaian couple, married, met on WhatsApp group
A beautiful Ghanaian couple who met via a WhatsApp group is set to marry as their pre-wedding photos emerge Photo credit: Nana Tea
Source: UGC

Four marriages

Nänä Teä recounted how other members got married through Eugene's WhatsApp group.

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''He [Eugene Affum] created it for fun, but I can boldly count about four weddings that took place in that group within a space of four years after creation,'' he said.

Creator set to marry

''Now the CEO himself is also taking a bold step by marrying one of his members,'' says Nana Tea.

According to him, Eugene is a photographer by profession and the bride-to-be is a make-up artist. Many people who reacted to the love story and the would-be couple's pre-wedding photos celebrated the duo.

Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:

Miriam Dzifa said:

''Wow, this is beautiful.''

Agbo Aklagba Kwame Enock commented:

''Will be sending a link to my WhatsApp group as soon as I create it wai. We all go do the wedding some. Congratulations to them.''

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Eugenia Aidam said:

''I want to join that group too. My soulmate is definitely there.''

Couple who met in the DM's shares wedding photos: "Answer your DMs"

In similar news, Briefly News reported that internet love connections are becoming the 'bar encounters' of the modern-day. A couple shared photos from their traditional wedding and surprised followers when they revealed that the reason they are together today is that she replied to his DM.

Many people have been warned about meeting up with strangers from the internet but this couple has proven that sometimes an exception can be made. The two lovebirds started talking on Facebook Messenger when the guy replied to what seemed to have been a funny post.

All it took was a few laughs to set the conversations on fire and before they knew it, they were in love. @kulanicool was certain he found the one and just a year later he put a ring on it.

Source: Briefly News

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