After they walked down the aisle, adorable photographs of two Ekiti State University students touched hearts on social media.
After graduating from university, the couple, who used to read together at night, married, and their throwback and pre-wedding images were uploaded online.
They were seen studying in a candle-lit classroom in a throwback shot of the couple.
After graduation, two Ekiti State University students who used to study together at night walked down the aisle.
Many people couldn't hide their appreciation for the couple for starting a family together after seeing adorable images of them on Instagram.
The couple inspired people on social media after walking down the aisle. Photo credit: @lindaikejiblogofficial Source: UGC
The pair could be seen reading in a classroom with candles on the table in one of the photographs that went viral. The young man encircled the lady, who was engrossed in her book.
The second shot shows the couple holding hands in the studio as they posed for a pre-wedding photo.
Social media reacts
Many Nigerians were impressed, and they expressed their feelings in the post's comment area.
"From the picture, you go know say nah the girl dey serious with life. Nah grace sustain baba."
"God am I not beautiful."
"How una dey take do this thing? The one I read together with is no where to be found."
"God when. I’m single and searching."
"Awwwn this kind is rare, congratulations."
"Wahala for who no get study partner."
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