Upon eventually agreeing to be man and wife, a couple can go to far lengths to prove the depth of their love for each other. It is in the act of showing how deep and wide their affections are that many lovers take pre-wedding photo shoots.
In line with this recent tradition of proving love through visual images, a Nigerian soldier decided to show the length and breadth of his own affection by weaving his profession into the pre-wedding shots he took with his soon-to-be bride.
Being a soldier of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the young man put on his full soldier regalia in his bid to make his pre-wedding shoots a special one.
Even more, in the photos that have been making rounds on social media, his wife took a cue from him and also wore the customary attires of soldiers. In addition, the couple put their uniform wears to good use.
The young soldier, who seemed to be in quite a romantic mood, was depicted playing a piano for his wife in one of the pictures. In another one, both of them sat on a sofa and stared into their eyes in a really intimate gesture.
Many Nigerians are particularly wowed by the picture of them wearing traditional outfits and showing subtle affection to themselves.
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As it appears, the couple took the pictures in Owerri given from the Instagram profile of the photographer who supposedly took the liberty of depicting their love through his camera lens.
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The really romantic gestures coming from this soldierly couple easily brings to mind the lovely proposal affair put together by an American athlete Dennis Brown who thought it wise to let his girlfriend make a choice of what she wanted her perfect ring to be.
This he did by proposing to her with six rings and leaving her to pick one for herself. Many Nigerians have been wowed by this deed and several men will, no doubt, consider this a viable way of making it right while proposing to their women.
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