- What originally started out as a seller-customer relationship has blossomed into marriage, as a zobo seller found her missing rib
- The excited bride took to social media to celebrate marrying her customer and released their Twitter chat
- Social media users joined the lady in celebrating her union with kind words, and others passed funny remarks surrounding zobo
A Nigerian lady identified as Aisha Sabi'u Bature has walked down the aisle with a man she met on social media.
Celebrating her marriage on Twitter, Aisha who is a zobo seller revealed that the man, Mohammed Sani Yawale, was her customer.
It is noteworthy that zobo is the Hausa word for the edible plant, Hibiscus Sabdariffa, and the popular drink it is used to make.
Aisha shared her wedding invitation alongside her chat with Mohammed. The couple got married on Saturday, January 7, 2023, in Katsina state.
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"Daga Siyan Zobo & Kunun Aya #WhatABlessedRamadan I got married to my customer ♥️.
"#WeMetOnTwitter," her tweet reads.
See her tweet below:
Social media reactions
"Is there anyone selling zobo and kunun aya again? I need to patronize them ASAP."
"Congrats. Wish you Allah's Bless.
"He is now a shareholder."
"And this the type of business i am into ooo but we move."
"Man I can see your love for Zibo has no bound, I ask Allah ta'ala to grant you a blissful home...☺"
"Allah yha sa albarka.
"I’ll soon start selling zobo."
"My man got the sobo and the Mai Sobo. Allah ya vada zaman lafiya."
"As the president of zobo sellers association,I pray your marriage be blessed Amin."
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Couple who met on Twitter get married
Similarly, Legit.ng previously reported that a couple who met on Twitter had tied the knot.
The social networking platform has been known for a number of things including helping people find their missing ribs if they are open-minded to pursue new friendships.
Even though this might not always end positively, it obviously worked quite well for Oluwatobiloba and Christopher who met on the platform.
In a tweet shared by the bride, @Oreke_lewa, she explained that she and her man met on Twitter and that they are ready to spend forever and a day more together.