He Saw Me in a Club, Asked for My Number: Oyinbo Woman Celebrates Sweet Marriage With Nigerian Man
- A white woman married to a Nigerian has spoken about how she met her husband in a Zurich club more than a decade ago
- The man approached her and asked for a number and days later their paths crossed again, showing they were meant for each other
- Many Nigerians jokingly said it seems the sure plan is to start visiting clubs to get their life partners
A white woman who is known on Twitter as Nwanyi Ocha has narrated how she met her husband in a club 14 years ago.
In a post on Wednesday, February 16, she revealed that the man asked for her number in the Zurich club.
God had a plan for us
In response, she told him:
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"If God wants it, we will meet again."
Two days after that response, their paths met. The woman revealed that their meeting again showed that God really had a plan for them.
See her post below:
Time to start visiting clubs
At the time of writing this report, the post has over 7,000 likes with hundreds of retweets.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"I should start going to clubs oooo. Congratulations @nwanyi_ocha."
"First you go to a club. Two days later you'll cross her path again."
"Nigerian guys, in a Club ooo, yet many of una wan carry every girl u see in a Club for 1 night stand. Some babes actually came to Club to have fun!"
"Many people don miss their future husband because they refused to give number and to reply dm."
"Congratulations @nwanyi_ocha and @ezenwaisuofia for a 14yrs of a blissful relationship. A successful Cross cultural relationship is not easy to come by. Best wishes."
Man spends less than N50,000 on wedding
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Gborienemi Mark-Charles II, revealed how he did not spend up to N50,000 to plan his wedding.
At a time when many want grand-looking wedding ceremonies, the man said his wife told him that he should be frugal when planning theirs as she does not want him to waste money.
A part of her words read:
"I don't want you to waste your money on bridal dresses, food, drinks, hall, decoration, and other unnecessary things."