- Nigerian man shares the amazing love story of him and his wife
- They had been neighbours for years without them knowing each other
- They walked down the aisle when fate brought them together four years later
A Nigerian man identified as Wole Daniels Okunola has shared the amazing love story of him and his wife, Joy Peters, as they walked down the aisle.
The Osun state born groom had his traditional marriage on Friday ,September 1 as his bride, an indigene of Edo state, took her place beside him. The groom who was overwhelmed with emotion shared the tale of his beautiful journey with NAIJ.com where he stated that he got married to his best friend and the love of his life.
When asked about how they met, Okunola revealed they had been neighbours for years at the Bayero University in Kano without them both knowing each other. Fate brought them together four years later when they met in church and started off as friends.
Along the line, things got intense as the couple developed feelings for each other. Okunola proposed to his bride in December 2016 at a comedy event. The adorable couple walked down the aisle on Saturday, September 2 at Treasured Life Church in Kano.
The wedding ceremony was graced by friends and family who joined the couple in celebrating their big day. It was indeed a day of joy for the beautiful bride who is a fashion designer and her husband, a business man.
See more pictures of the couple below:
1. Mr and Mrs D
2. At the reception
4. The groom and his friends
5. One flesh
6. Traditional marriage
7. The groom himself
8. How beautiful
9. Joy Peters
10. Daniel Okunola
After the church program, they proceeded to Meena Events Centre in kano where they entertained their guests. The groom in an exclusive chat with NAIJ.com said his joy is full as Joy now belongs to him. He said the day is now the most important day of his life as he is starting a new beginning with his wife and best friend.
Watch the NAIJ.com TV video below to catch up on the responses given by Nigerians when asked if they could marry someone outside their tribe: