Bride who married man with cerebral palsy speaks up

Bride who married man with cerebral palsy speaks up

- Nigerian bride Bukola Adeosun who married man with cerebral palsy and mobile disability opens up

- In a recent interview the couple both spoke on how they met and how attraction turned into love and then into marriage

- Olawale and Bukola revealed what it is to find the right partner earlier shared lovely photos from the stylish wedding of Bukola Adeosun and her man, Dada Olawale Afolabi who is hit with cerebral palsy and mobile disability. Their wedding was the topic of discussion on the internet when it happened with most people believing that Bukola is and angel sent to guide Dada through out his journey in life.

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Just recently, the newly-wed wife spoke up on how social media played a huge role in bringing her and husband together. Bukola expressed that she never planned to marry someone of such nature but was swept off her feet by Dada with his sincerity and pure heart.

The couple who tied the knot in August 2017 have been happily married and Bukola thought it wise to share how she met and fell in love with a strong spirit as her husband's

When asked what the attraction was, she said: "For me, the attraction was his open-mindedness, sincerity and when we met physically, I wasn’t surprised at what I saw because I had seen his photos on Facebook."

Bride who married man with cerebral palsy speaks up

Bride who married man with cerebral palsy speaks up

Olawale Dada also spoke on their love which he expressed was a gift from God. From the beginning he never wanted pity, he waited patiently to find love and Bukola was the woman that God blessed him with.

Speaking on when they first met, he said: "We met one-on-one on August 27, 2016 at a restaurant in Lagos. I came loaded with materials on cerebral palsy. I wanted her to know more about CP. That day, we were like two lost-but-found soul mates! We chatted unending."

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They both connected deeply and would chat endlessly for hours. Before long, they knew they were made for each other and decided to hand over everything to God.

Advising people on finding the right partner Olawale said : "For those living with disability and seeking life partners, know that you have to show yourself friendly if you are looking for a friend. For you to get married, know what you want. Be available, be accessible and be approachable."

In the same line, Bukola said: "Marry a man with a purpose. When I met him, I realised he has passion for humanity. He pours himself out to people, helping people who are needy. All I could see was someone who did not relent because of his situation, who was not seeking pity. I wanted a man who had identified himself and walking in the purpose. I am a teacher and work with students. I do mentoring for female students and I do volunteering too."

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