- The beautiful photos of a couple who got married according to Islamic rites have been praised on Twitter
- While there were some who did not understand why the woman's face was covered, others blessed the couple with heartfelt prayers
- The husband said getting married was one of the best things that happened to his life
A young man with the Twitter handle, @kampo_k, has stirred massive reactions on social media after sharing photos to celebrate his new love.
In a post on Monday, May 10, the new husband said he got married to the love of his life on the last day of April 2020.
His colourful wedding photos got tweeps congratulating him. There were, however, those who asked questions, wanting to know the reason behind the couple's choice of dressing.
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The man tweeted:
"On this day last month one of the best things happened to me. Alhamdulilah. I catch my love that day."
As at the time of writing this report, his post has gathered over 2,000 likes with several comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"She's beautiful. Congratulations."
"Don't be angry, no vex, i just want to learn please. So my question is why is her face covered? The dress is pretty tho."
"May the seed of Love continue to grow in your home. But Man!!! You no come cover your own face."
"Her dress is so beautiful."
"That is exactly what this photoshoot is meant to achieve. Even without exposing your body, you can be gorgeous."
"May Allah bless ur Union and bless you with one of His Precious gifts. Ameen."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a woman with the Twitter handle @belllahijabi caused a massive stir on social media after coming to announce that her husband married a second wife.
In a tone laced with great happiness, the woman said she is more excited about the whole development than her husband.
The pious woman prayed that Allah gives their 'expanded' home Tawfiq (good fortune) and protection against the spirit of jealousy that may sow the seeds of discord.