- A paraplegic man and his wife have been celebrated widely on social media
- In a new video, the man who moves on both knees and hands joyfully made body movements as he went with his wife to the altar for their child dedication
- Many marvelled at the love that exists between the couple, some said the clip made them cry
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A couple has inspired and got many emotional on social media over their uncommon lovely display.
The unidentified couple, in an emerging video shared on LinkedIn by Ade Emmanuel Ibikunle, had gone for the dedication of their newborn baby at the church.
The paraplegic man danced with so much joy as he made rhythmic moves with his hands and waist along with his wife who held the newborn baby as she shook her body with vigour.
On the occasion which reportedly held in Delta state, the church members cheered them on with some stepping out to spray them wads of cash. There were two ladies who danced with them on the altar.
The video gained traction on social media with many congratulating them on the latest addition to their family. Some stated that the clip moved them to tears.
Olayemi Asaaju wrote:
"Wow! God be praised.God bless him and his home."
Runyi Ekpe-Iko said:
"This brought tears to my eyes."
Stella Oshakpemhe commented:
"Congratulations to the family."
Felix Pleasure reacted:
Ayodeji O. Faleto remarked:
"Oh wow! Glory to God"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a physically challenged man had walked down the aisle with his sweetheart.
Photos from the wedding which circulated on the internet showed how the newly-wed wife, held her physically challenged husband in her arms as they tied the knot in style.
The pretty bride who was dressed in an adorable white, wedding dress sat on the grass and held her man as they posed for photos and celebrated their love in the presence of family and friends. This is not the first of its kind but the show of love and care never gets old.
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