Deaf couple get married after 2 years of dating through text messages

Deaf couple get married after 2 years of dating through text messages

- Two deaf couple who dated through their phones have tied the knot at a beautiful wedding

- The wedding which took place in Kenya saw the couple who had dated for 2 years get married

It is an established fact that love knows no boundary and can withstand all the pressures that come with breaking up and other issues of life.

A couple in Kenya have managed to win the hearts of many people on social media with their rare love story which was made possible with the use of technology – mobile phones.

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Two deaf people have defied the odds on the issue of love and have proven that love is indeed priceless and does not take into account ones disability.

Deaf couple get married after 2 years of dating through text messages

The deaf couple who met in 2016 during a church function at Deaf Mission Fellowship Church where they are members in Kenya, communicated through SMS after 2 years of relationship, got married in a beautiful wedding ceremony.

According to reports, William Mwaura, 29, and Phyllis Wawira 28 got married at Kang’eng’u ACK church in Kandara Constituency.

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The beautiful wedding ceremony took place last weekend and it was officiated by a deaf priest accompanied by deaf bridesmaids.

According to the report, family of both the bride and groom followed the wedding proceedings through an interpreter identified as Immanuel Muigai.

According to eyewitnesses, this ceremony is one of the most beautiful wedding ceremonies ever witnessed in Kandara Constituency in Kenya.

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