- The ''Kenyan Alejandro'' said the lady changed his life
- According to him, he would still be struggling in Githurai 45 were it not for his wife
- The love story impressed and inspired many people who duly lauded the couple
Love is a very complicated thing that not everyone can crack it and enjoy its benefits for eternity.
However, there are people who manage to maneuver all the challenges and live to tell their great-grandchildren about their Romeo and Juliet moments back then.
A tweep who goes by the name Enock Makori and his boo are the perfect example of people who have come a really long way and promise to keep it that way for the longest time possible.
In a Twitter thread seen by Legit.ng on Monday, June 22, Makori celebrated his wife for always staying by his side and making him the successful man he is today.
According to Makori, were it not for his wife, he would still be in Githurai 45, where they first met, struggling to be a better man.
''Every time I want to tweet this, but I say, will tweet about it tomorrow. If it were not for her, I would still be struggling back in Githurai 45. With her, we have moved steps. Women are awesome. We love our women,'' he started.
The young man narrated how they met as teenagers, all the way to when they got their first baby.
Makori strongly celebrated women, saying they are the backbone of our society whose absence will mean the end of this beautiful world.
The young dad shared a series of photos documenting their journey from when they had nothing to their present state.
"She has seen me grow. Have seen her grow from a teenager, to a mother. They're our solid rocks. Never to be broken, never to be troden down. We decided to have our own baby. Women shape up us. Love is a forest.
Keep walking, you'll get to the end. No one who had a map through the forest. Stories will be told. Once you let things work, they'll work. Loving yourself. You go shine. The End," he wrapped it up.
His tweets clearly impressed many people who congratulated them on their journey.
Quite a number of people thanked them for inspiring many with their positive love story.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a couple whose wedding got all thwarted in Spain due to coronavirus got the biggest surprise of their lives as their workplace organized one for them without them having to pay a dime.
Lisa Sellens and Shane White have both been working hard at Woodland House care home to save up £5,000 (N2,409,585.44) for their wedding on Monday, June 22.
After Lisa told some of her colleagues at work how the pandemic affected her wedding, they planned to give her one without informing her of their decision.
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