- A Nigerian man has shown that love shared on Valentine's Day can be permanent as he married the person he shared the day with last year
- Many people celebrated his victory at falling in love with the woman he wanted as some wondered when theirs would come
- There were a few ladies in the comment section who said they have been waiting for the right partners to come along
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @obiiora has shown that his love never died with the fading nature many people associate with Valentine's Day.
His post was in response to a tweet asking people if they are still with the person they went out with last year or they did the right thing.
In the photos he shared, the man's date could be seen smiling at him. The second frame is a monochrome photo showing the woman in a white wedding gown.
While many people congratulated him, others lamented that they have not been able to get a worthy partner that would date or marry them.
See his tweet below:
At the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 7,000 likes with close to 1,500 retweets. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"I have never celebrated valentine’s day with anyone, it is going to be the same this year too."
"If I said in my whole twenty-something years I have never celebrated Valentine's, will you be in doubt... Well I haven't"
"You definitely did the right thing."
"Congratulations! It’s the smiles for me."
"It is your type that will ask for 20 extra sheets in exam. But I love it! Congratulations."
"Omo.... Small question na im you draw diagram with labels....Congratulations bruv."
"You have broken my internet with your wholesome content, kind sir."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man with the Twitter handle @BrotherMighty has come on Twitter to talk about how his life changed in about three decades.
He said that the same pastor who officiated his wedding in 1993 did the same thing for his daughter many years after.
The man shared a throwback photo of the clergyman in a talking-pose as he was about slipping a ring on his wife's finger.
In the second frame, the man's daughter and her partner kneeled as the same pastor prayed for them.