- A woman identified as Leina, username @_chef2b_ on Twitter is looking for a man she 'married' at primary school
- The Ugandan woman is hoping to have a reunion with Albert, the boy she got she walked down the aisle within a mock wedding
- Many years, she said, have passed without seeing her childhood partner and what she's left with is nothing but a photo of the moment
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A Ugandan woman identified as Leina, username @_chef2b_ on Twitter has taken to social media to trace a man named Albert who she married at a primary school assembly.
Leina took part in a mock wedding years ago and during the ceremony, Albert was her prince charming.
The experience, however, seems to have created a special bond in her and now, all she wants is to reunite with Albert.
As the years went by, all Leina is left with is a photo of the precious and seemingly indelible moment.
Wondering where her partner is now, she posted on Twitter:
"It’s the bride for me. This boy’s name is Albert , I don't know where you are, but we got married in p2 at assembly," the woman tweeted.
Man marries primary class prefect who once reported him
Previously, it was highlighted the story of a man who married a primary class prefect who once reported.
The gentleman identified on Twitter as Sam Ajibola has revealed that he got married to a lady who was his class captain back in primary school.
According to him, the lady used to write his name as part of the noisemakers in class to get punished without knowing he would one day become her husband.
Man Reunites with Primary Schoolmates after Years
In other news related to primary school reunions, a Nigerian man recently stirred many reactions on social media after he revealed that he had a memorable outing with his old primary schoolmates.
In a Twitter post on Monday, April 5, the man with the Twitter handle, @MYPD2020 organised a get-together for his class peers.
The man further revealed that they all graduated in 1967 and added that since then, he had not seen some of them.
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