- A video has shown the amazing life of a blind couple named Pierre and Vanesa who attended the same primary and secondary schools
- The couple who are from Rwanda got married against the wishes of friends and family who questioned their decision to tie the knot
- However, the lovely couple have gone on to enjoy their marriage and bear three beautiful children who were seen in the video
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A Rwandan couple named Pierre and Vanesa, who are both blind, has been seen in a video showing their love for each other to the admiration of many people.
The video shared on YouTube by Afrimax English narrated the story of how the man and his wife came to know and marry each other.
They attended the same schools for the blind in Rwanda
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According to the story, the couple attended the same primary and secondary school and it was there that they met and fell in love.
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Much against the advice of friends and family, they decided to defy their condition and get married, and have remained in love.
In the heartwarming video, the couple was seen showering affection on themselves. The video also showed their children playing around. None of their three kids is blind.
Pierre and Vanesa were not born blind
According to the story, Pierre and Vanesa were not born blind but they both suffered measles which later affected their eyesight.
Pierre who is a physiotherapist said he loves his wife's personality. He was advised to marry a beautiful woman instead of a blind person.
Vanesa the wife was seen in the amazing video doing home chores.
Watch the video below:
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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a high school senior from Florida, Jonathan Walker, has been accepted into 27 colleges and universities with $4 million in scholarships offers.
The Rutherford High School prodigy achieved this while balancing his studies with extra-curricular activities in school.
Despite his busy routine, the teenager found time to invent a device that helps people who are blind and/or deaf, according to ABC News.
In addition to being extremely smart, he's also a staple on the school's football team.
Source: Briefly News