- Photos of newly-married Nigerian couple have generated massive reactions on Twitter
- While many prayed for them, others wondered why they are asking for their blessings
- Both the husband and wife wore different clothes to achieve an amazing photoshoot session
A Nigerian couple has taken to Twitter through the account of the husband to share cute photos from their marriage ceremony.
In a post on Thursday, January 7, the man came on the platform to ask for people's blessings, telling tweeps that they just tied the knot.
Photos showed them dressed in different clothing styles that reflect both the modern and the traditional.
In the first frame, the man wore a suit with a red bow tie, matching the color of the wife's gown. Other photos showed them in luscious traditional wears.
See the man's post below:
As at the time of writing this tweet, their photos have gathered over 6,000 views with various comments from people.
Below are some of the reactions:
"How can a true believer's spiritual well-being remains healthy when his wife’s picture travels round the world and admired by the good, the bad and the ugly? May Allaah protect us."
"May God bless your union my brother. Best."
"May the joy, peace, favour and blessing of Almighty God fill the home. Sir, husband love your wife. Ma, wife submit unto your husband. That's the simple principle sir/ma."
"Bride and Groom looks perfect, i pray Almighty Allah blesses your home with Love, Peace, perfection Bijahi Rasululah."
"Wishing you a happy and great married life man!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian couple demonstrated great simplicity, showing that weddings do not have to cost an arm and a leg.
During their reception that was organised in the backyard of a house, only seven people sat down at a table with the couple as they ate and drank.
Since the photos and video of the event were shared by a tweep with the Twitter handle @Mr_alayi, the platform has been buzzing with different opinions about the ceremony.
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