- A video has emerged of a newly married couple excitedly dancing
- The video shows a physically challenged bride in her wheelchair while her hubby is seen gushing over her
- The video is fast gaining attention on social media
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A video that has emerged of a couple excitedly dancing at their marriage reception has given life to the narrative that love neither stereotypes nor discriminates.
In the recent video that is widely being circulated on social media, a lady is spotted in a wheelchair with her newly-married husband.
Amid infectious smiles almost oozing through the skins of their cheeks, the beautiful bride and groom were captured showing off amazing dance steps.
The bride donned a flower-themed attire with a black headgear with matching hand gloves.
She accessorised her looks with a gold handbag and large silver-encrusted necklace which harmonised with her attire.
Her flower-themed attired and dark headgear coordinated perfectly with her hubby’s long Kaftan.
The video of the couple gleefully sharing each other’s love has been widely shared and is rapidly gaining attention online.
In another story, a young Ghanaian man identified as Nana Tea has shared stunning images of his twin boys along with his truth about how he encountered his now-wife on social media.
According to the proud father of two lovely twin boys, he first met his wife Atta Maame Barbie Rhiano, on Facebook and their relationship grew from there.
Recounting his loved-up story on Facebook, Nana Tea, revealed that their thriving relationship which blossomed into marriage started on Facebook with just a ''Hi''.
According to him, he and his now-wife became friends not long after they chatted each other online.
In spite of the challenges of finding true love coupled with joggling one’s relationship with their job, among other important aspects of their lives, Nana's story is different.
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