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“True love is worth the wait and distance” – Canadian woman says as she shares reasons why she married her Nigerian husband (video)

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Canadian woman says as she shares reasons why she married her Nigerian husband
Canadian woman says as she shares reasons why she married her Nigerian husband

The woman revealed that she has been with her husband for over two years.

A Canadian woman has taken to social media to share the lovely reasons why she married her Nigerian husband.

In a video shared on TikTok, the woman revealed that she has been with her husband for over two years and they have been living together in Canada for almost 5 months.

She explained that she fell in love and decided to marry her husband because he helped her heal from years of trauma, showers her with gifts, and knows how to have fun.

She also mentioned that he is the ultimate provider, a skilled cook, loves her children as his own, and is emotionally intelligent.

The woman, who had a dozen reasons why she decided to marry her man, further expressed that they make a cute couple, he can’t keep his hands off her, and he always makes her smile.

She added that true love is indeed worth the wait and distance.

In other news, social media commentator, Solomon Buchi has taken to social media to brag about waiting until marriage to have sexual intercourse with his wife, Adeola.

This comes amid the trending discourse on the microblogging platform X about virginity after a woman expressed her opinion that being a virgin as an adult is embarrassing, as it implies that they are not capable of attracting the opposite sex.

Following the controversy, people, particularly Christians, started bragging about their virginity status online along with their pictures.

Solomon Buchi, who got married to his wife Adeola in February 2023, also went online to boast about maintaining sexual purity during their courtship period.

He tweeted,

“I am a Christian. I married at 27. Courted my wife for 1 year and 6 months without sex. We waited till marriage and I’m glad we did!

Virginity, abstinence and sexual purity are virtues that should be lauded.”

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