- Kelvin Wafula and Teresiah's story is that of a love brewed in an African pot
- The pair met eight years ago during an NYS training
- They fell in love, started dating and finally got married
- Kelvin and his bae live miles apart but know how to make the most of their relationship
Imagine going to school to study then coming out with both a certificate and a wife.
This is the story of a romantic named Kelvin Wafula who met the love of his life when he least expected it.
Kelvin who is now 29 joined NYS back in 2012. He hoped to go through a six-month training then walk out feeling successful, strong and determined.
While at it, he met the most beautiful woman he had ever laid his eyes upon. Her name is Teresiah Maina.
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He made his blood rush, his heart beat like the jungle drums and his face sweat profusely.
She was the one.
The two became friends and eventually started dating.
Then fate favoured them again and they proceeded to do a two-year course together which they completed back in 2015.
The stars just kept aligning and everything seemed to work in their favour.
“We have a three-year-old son and he lives with his mum in Bungoma,” the 29-year-old husband opened up.
The pair later got married and even had a son who made their bond even stronger.
Though Teresiah was posted in Bungoma County after securing a job, the two found a way to make things work.
“I always travel to Bungoma every weekend and it works perfectly for our marriage,” Kelvin said.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a Nigerian man who praised his wife for remaining untouched as they get married.
According to reports gathered by Legit.ng, the young bride revealed that her man was very pleased to have met her as a chaste woman despite having experienced university life.
he wife explained further that her husband showed his appreciation to her in a pamphlet that was shared on their wedding day where he encouraged other young girls to emulate her.