Marriage is fun if one gets married to the right person who understands and shares the same feelings. Such couple even in their old age will still love and value each other and the love will appear to be waxing stronger.
Born Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma on December 9, 1938, General TY Danjuma served as Nigeria Chief of Army Staff between July 1975 to October 1979 during the military regime of Olusegun Obasanjo.
He was then appointed as the defence Minister between June 1999 to May 2003 when Obasanjo returned as a democratic President.
He is the founder of oil exploration company known as South Atlantic Petroleum where he made his fortune.
One thing that attracted many Nigerians to Gen TY Danjuma is his strong connection to his dear wife, Senator Daisy Danjuma.
Despite their years of togetherness, the couple have been seen on several occasions displaying their true love to each other without shame.
Young couples who are getting in wrong in their marriage really need to learn from Gen TY Danjuma.
See more of their lovely photos together.
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