It started in November and ended in November.
Motunrayo Favour Awofadeju, shared a post on a Facebook group - Rant HQ extention, about how she and her husband met on facebook.
She joined in the challenge hastag and used the tag #we_wey_meet_for_Facebook_challenge
The post has gathered over 12k likes and 6k comments on Facebook.
She posted this before sharing their pictures.
Proposed on my birthday 14/6/20
Did introduction 19/9/20
Married legally 13/11/20
Traditional wedding on his birthday 27/11/20
Exchanged vows 28/11/20
To God be the glory
Ojelagu oyinye Racheal said that the chat wasn't complete: here you have the full chat.
She went ahead to share screen shots of their first chats together. He slid into her DM first, thanking her for accepting his friend request before she responded back.
They got to know each other more and they talked for awhile on Facebook before they decided to move to WhatsApp. After some time, they finally decided to meet up in real life.
7 months later, he proposed and 5 months after the proposal, they got married .They also shared their lovely wedding pictures.
What do you think about this couple's love story? Many people doubted if it could truly happen, especially in Nigeria. What are your thoughts? Make sure to comment below, like and follow.
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