The Nigerian lady who went viral after kneeling down to accept her boyfriend’s surprise proposal, has gotten married to him.
Adaeze Gift Okolie and her man, Chimezie Ettoh recently had their traditional wedding in her hometown.
Recall that late last year, the lady knelt down to accept her man’s ring because she feels honoured that he chose her as “it’s not easy after seeing plenty vagina, he decided to follow hers” Read HERE
Sharing photos from their traditional wedding on January 11, 2021, she thanked God for giving her a family to call her own.
“Ngwanu feed your eyes ooo. Thanks to the Almighty CREATOR who approved this union and made it happen. Thanks to my ndi mmiri that always gat my back no matter the situation..every damn thing I prayed for Is here in my present remaining just few which i know they will complete it for me in no time,”
“I thank Ndi iche for blessing my union. I thank all the universes. I thank everyone of you whom have been in support of this. I thank my mum who gave birth to a STRONG WOMAN like me, she thought me how to be strong. I thank my mother in law for giving birth to such a kind hearted man Etoh for me. I thank my fans for making me proud,”
“Adaeze finally have a family of her own proudly Mrs to the best man she choose for herself….Oh am grateful. What’s urs must surely locate you this year..isee”
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