- A young Nigerian man could not control his excitement after tying the knot with his oyinbo bride
- In a heartwarming clip, the couple sat together and gushed over themselves as the excited groom filmed the moment
- Netizens have penned down comments about the video and several people wondered how they fell in love
A trending video of a Nigerian groom and his oyinbo has stunned people online.
The short clip showed the doting couple posing beside each other and smiling excitedly after saying their wedding vows.
Reacting to the clip shared by @yabaleftonline on Instagram, netizens penned down heartwarming congratulatory messages to the couple.
However, some Instagram users were more concerned about the age difference between the couple while others spoke about their looks.
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Reactions as Nigerian man weds oyinbo lover
"If this guy bite you, you fit no survive am."
"Aproko, basket mouth, Omo baba and apororo brother don finally see love. Awwnn."
"As half of Nigerian population don dey run dey go UK, d other half dem dey marry their woman. Use collect green card. wow. rich kids."
"Sooo Oyinbo open eye marry this guy. Here me I dey."
"Dis one no be grace again oh. This one na Jazz. Because ah ah! The woman open eyes do video call, open eyes book flight, open eyes land Naija, still open eyes look the guy for face and still marry am. This love no just blind. E deaf too."
"Next time clean ur camera I’m happy for them."
Watch the video below:
Young man marries his oyinbo lover
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young man, Anuoluwapo, has in a series of videos showed how he married his white lover in a grand style. A video shared on his TikTok showed the moment they both were in a vehicle as he captioned it: "Happy married life to us."
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Another clip showed both of them dressed in traditional attires as the couple went to Anuoluwapo's mother. In a Yoruba traditional fashion, a family member poured water on the bride's legs to show that her stay in her husband's house will be peaceful as water is soothing to the body.
The clip below captured the moment she was welcomed with water. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions.