- Two lovers in Abuja have surprised onlookers as they took a bike to beat traffic jams on the way to their wedding venue
- When people saw the bride in her wedding gown dismounting a bike, they laughed and made comments
- Many Instagram users who reacted to their video said that all that matters is that they love each other
A viral video has shown a groom and his bride taking okada in the bid to beat a traffic jam that wanted to delay their wedding
@instablog9ja claimed that the event happened in Abuja. As the couple came down from the bike to cross the road, some people who found it funny were laughing and making comments.
They were determined
What made the scene more hilarious is that the woman was already in her white gown. To move freely and faster, she had to pack the lower part of the wedding dress in her hand.
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The man, on the other hand, held the woman’s bag and bouquet for her. Despite people's comments, they remained determined to get to their destination.
Watch the video below (swipe):
As of the time of writing this report, the video has stirred more than 500 comments with thousands of likes.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"WE RIDE TOGETHER NO MATTER THE CONDITION. NA SO."
"The most important thing be say their wedding still hold."
"The important thing is that them don marry Nd the r happy."
"No traffic in Abuja they say."
"Wow. God will bless their union."
"Their marriage is already blessed."
Lady married the love of her life
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian lady became so happy after her white lover arrived in Kano.
In a series of videos re-shared by Linda Ikeji, the lady said she is happy to get married to her best friend. Another video showed the moment they both hugged as the man came to Nigeria. The older man seemed very happy to meet his lover.
Days after the man’s arrival, they had their introduction in a simple event. During their wedding, the man knelt to put a ring on her finger.
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