Love stories sometimes tell us the beauty in human interactions, and lasting relationships could start from small talks.
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The stories of couples who have been married for years have shown that meeting a great person is not limited to a specific place.
In this report, YEN.com.gh will be looking at three different couples with very inspiring stories of love.
1. I met her inside keke
A young Nigerian man used his comic social interaction skill to win a heart. He revealed that he got a lady's number after he had made her laugh in a keke.
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After leaving that impression, the two met again. Prior to their second meeting, the man had totally forgotten about getting the beautiful lady's contact.
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Sharing his story with YEN.com.gh, he said: "It's crazy how God works".
2. He asked for my number in a club
A white woman married to a Nigerian narrated how they met in a club 14 years ago in Zurich when the man asked for her number.
Then, she told him that if they were meant to be together, they would see again. Fate smiled at them and their paths crossed.
Not only are they presently married, the lovers now have three wonderful kids in their home.
3. We met in secondary school
Days before their marriage, a Nigerian man shared a throwback and recent photo to tell his love story.
The throwback photo shows them together in their uniforms, revealing that they met while in secondary school.
Their modern-day photo has them all grown up as they wore stylish native attires. People praised their love.
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Man and wife have budget-friendly wedding
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Gborienemi Mark-Charles II, revealed how he did not spend up to N50,000 to plan his wedding.
At a time when many want grand-looking wedding ceremonies, the man said his wife told him that he should be frugal when planning theirs as she does not want him to waste money.
A part of her words read:
"I don't want you to waste your money on bridal dresses, food, drinks, hall, decoration, and other unnecessary things."
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