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Couple Who Met During NYSC Tie The Knot (Photos)



A Nigerian couple has gotten people with their love story after getting married.

The couple met during their mandatory national youth service program in 2017, has gotten married.

Juliet Obilonu from Owerri, Imo State and Olatunde Timothy Adekunle from Ayetoro, Ekiti State wedded on Saturday, November 7, 2020.

Juliet posted photos from their wedding on Wednesday, November 11. She captioned the post thus: “To God be the glory. NYSC connect”

On his part, Kunle said wrote: “The journey started in 2017 when we least expect and prepared. We trust in God as we hope for the best. God indeed arranged it. The Lord who indeed started the good Work in us was able to bring it to a perfect end. Lord we are grateful,”

“From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you for sharing in the celebration of our wedding. We felt the love and sincerity all around us which made it the most memorable day of our lives. We felt the love from you all on the day. We are so lucky to be surrounded by a loving circle of family and friends. We are grateful for your presence (to those who made it) and warm wishes and your generous gift (those who can’t made it)

“We look forward to sharing many more memories with you as we pray that you will be celebrated in Jesus name. Amen. Thanks a million!!
MR & MRS T.A. OLATUNDE”



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