For reasons best known to them, people may decide to get married to people from other countries. Love is not limited to a particular geographical region and over the years, people have found marriage partners from countries other than theirs. These two popular Nigerian comedians are good examples, as they both married women who are non-Nigerians.
Ekene Clinton Egbuna, better known as KlintonCod is a Nigerian online comedian whose style of comedy is usually about comparing and contrasting lifestyles of Nigerians to that of people in the western world.
His wife Edwina Hahner is from Belgium and the couple have two children together, Noah and Joshua by name.
Josh Alfred, better known as Josh2funny is a Nigerian online comedian from Anambra state. Currently thirty years old, he originated the "Don't Leave Me" challenge that trended on social media some time ago.
He got married last year, 20 December 2020 precisely. His wife Bina Alfred is from Ethiopia.
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