- Jennifer, the daughter of Bill Gates, has got engaged to her young Egyptian boyfriend, Nayel Nassar
- The 23-year-old woman said she will like to grow and learn together with him
- Nassar also said he felt like the luckiest and happiest man in the world when she said yes
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The eldest daughter of Bill Gates, Jennifer, has got engaged to her heartthrob, Nayel Nassar. She made the news known on Wednesday, January 29, 2020, on her Instagram account.
In the picture she shared, she captioned it with a lovely message that said: “Nayel Nassar, you are one of a kind”.
She continued by talking about how her lover swept her off her feet, adding that she would love to spend the rest of her life “learning, laughing and growing” together with him.
In another picture on her account, Jennifer appears surprised at the proposal as her mouth is agape. She can be also seen wearing a fancy diamond ring.
It should be noted that she was born in Medina, Washington and recently got her degree in biology at Stanford University, and presently is a med student, Daily Mail.
Nassar on the other hand was raised in Kuwait and is 28 years old. He got bagged a degree in economics and management from same university.
The Egyptian millionaire on his account also posted how the yes she gave him has made him the luckiest and happiest.
Jennifer replied to his message: “Yep crying again its fine life is perfect rn you're everything to me.”
Another thing worthy of note is that the lovers have always made their affection public as they are in the habit of replying to each other’s messages.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the owner of Microsoft and world-known philanthropist, Bill Gates, has recognised the feat of a Nigerian, Elvis Eze, in the fight against malaria.
The tech giant said that the story of Eze is inspiring because he was once a victim of the scourge. He never allowed that to discourage him.
He is a youth ambassador for Malaria No More UK, an organisation that is in charge of looking for fund and support to combat malaria.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that while some people would pocket large amounts they stumbled upon at their workplaces, a young lady identified as Rhoda Lamptey with laundry service company Laundry Chief, returned a whopping $1,400 she found in a client’s garment.
A brief statement on the company’s social media handle affirmed the account while commending Rhoda’s remarkable act of quality moral cabinet and high work ethics.
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