- A young man has celebrated as he recently tied the knot to his heartthrob
- The Imo state man married a US-based lady in Nigeria
- Photos from their wedding ceremony have generated buzz on social media
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A man has announced on social media that he is finally off the market as he celebrated tying the knot with his Oyinbo lover.
The Imo-based singer identified as Dtwins Agu Otu Ukwu shared adorable pictures on Facebook from his marriage to a United States lady named Dinaro Delgado.
He shared pictures of the moment they filled the marriage register flanked by family members and loved ones as well as after the completion of their white wedding.
The excited newly wedded man prayed for his Facebook friends that they get their own wife, find love and happiness.
"Thank God for a successful wedding, Dtwins aka AGU OTU UKWU 1 is off the market. Is not just a song but a reality, I pray God give each and every one of u ur own wife,love and happiness."
Nigerians took to the comment section to celebrate the latest couple in town just as others thought she looked beautiful and younger.
Amaka Eke said:
"Wow! Congratulations...more blessings because he who finds a wife,obtaineth favor from God.So Happy for you.Congrats once again."
Saviour Tom Blaize wrote:
"Congratulations brother... Wishing you a happy home and a blessed Matrimony."
Paul Ejike commented:
"A big congratulations to you my brother, more joy to your union."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young Nigerian man had married an 'older' Oyinbo lady.
The couple who are from different backgrounds had taken their vows in front of family and friends who came to support them on their wedding day.
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The groom who looked several years younger than his bride was tagged a scammer by some social media users since photos of their wedding surfaced online. Others accused him of trying to secure foreign citizenship from his wife's country as a result of his marriage to her.
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