A Nigerian man who was meant to be getting married in two weeks, has shared the screenshots of his WhatsApp chats with his fiancee who cancelled the wedding after running into her ex-boyfriend at a mall and she claims he is her first love and she still has feelings for him.
The fiancee was revealing to her soon-to-be husband - at least before she crashed the wedding- that her ex is the one true love of her life and she would be making a mistake and hurting them both if she went on with the wedding as planned.
She had ran into her ex-boyfriend when she went to pick up some stuffs at the mall, they exchanged numbers and from there, they found the lost love between them. See the screenshots of the conversation between them below.
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