- Love is a beautiful thing, and a man simply identified as Franklin is a testimony to this
- Franklin with the Twitter handle @sonofokere shared photos of when he met his wife and how far they have come
- In the photos that were shared on social media, Franklin suggested that his wife has done a good job in transforming him into the cute and fresh man that he currently is
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A Nigerian man recently shared adorable photos of how his love journey with his wife began and how far they have come.
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Telling his love story with the four pictures he shared on his Twitter page @sonofokere, the man suggested that meeting his wife has transformed him into a fresh and handsome man.
Their marriage is blessed with a child and the love between them has continued to grow stronger by the day.
Tweeps were impressed with the adorable photos and they flooded the comment section with their thoughts.
"Your “Now” picture shows that “Madam” allowed you to eat from the Pot! You added, a sign of a peaceful home. Beautiful wife, cute child. You’re Handsome Bro!!! May your joy know no end."
"A beautiful story, may the union wax stronger and endure the times till forever."
"Your smiles increased. Cute son. God bless you and the family."
In similar news, a young Ghanaian man, David Dei Awuku, who met his wife Nana Adjoa Hagan Dei on campus at Ashesi University, has disclosed how their love story began.
Recounting the journey of their relationship, David revealed he and his wife met on the first day of school.
''We met on the first day of school, she was the first person to arrive at English Bootcamp, a pre-college preparatory program to help bring us up-to-speed with Ashesi’s curriculum. This was in 2009."
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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