- Pius Oneya had no idea that a kind stranger who passed by his bike would one day become his wife
- The man who used to work as a bodaboda rider said he met his wife while he was waiting for customers
- The beautiful lady smiled at him and asked for a lift to Starlight Hotel
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No romance without finance, right? Wrong! Romance is very much alive even when finances are either struggling or plain right dead.
Pius Oneya is a testament to this and God smiled at him when he gave him a wife who wanted nothing but his love and attention.
The Migori husband detailed how he met the love of his life when he was a bicycle rider back in the day.
According to the member of Facebook group Thriving Couples, he first saw his partner when he and his colleagues were seated under a shade waiting for potential customers.
Then a beautiful woman passed by and every man there was mesmerised by her charm.
Pius particularly felt like his eyes were glued to the woman’s face. He stared at her and each rider said hello in unison.
“I was a bodaboda rider when I met her and by that, I do not mean motorbike rider, I mean a bicycle rider. She passed by our shade at around 8am. She seemed in some kind of rush,” Pius narrated.
Pius’s wife dropped a KSh 1,000 note and instead of pocketing the cash, the man decided to give it back to the lady.
The other riders wanted to split it between themselves but Pius was having none of it!
“I shouted ‘madam you dropped your money’ and she looked back and smiled. She then asked me to take her to Starlight Restaurant,” Pius said.
From then on, the rider always dropped his new woman at school and their romance grew into a marriage.
YEN.com.gh also shared how Yummy Mummy and her campus boyfriend went out for dinner one night.
A few friends joined them and they ate, drunk, and had fun.
When it was time to pay, the YouTuber's man said he accidentally left his wallet at home.
Yummy Mummy was forced to cough up KSh 16,750 which was never paid back.
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