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SAD: The Touching Story Of A Mad Couple Who Stayed Married For 22 Years And Have 3 Kids

We have heard many romantic love stories with that of Romeo and Juliet being the most popular. In today's article we will look at another romantic story, but about a crazy couple.

A Nigerian woman identified as Olaide Olakiitan Oluwayemisi has revealed how she was inspired by the love story of a mentally unstable couple named Samade and Cynthia, who have been married for 22 years and have 3 children. According to her reports, before going crazy, Samade graduated from Nsuka University in Nigeria with a degree in applied physics.

Every farmer admired Samade for his qualities and talents. Madness couldn't rob him of his skills and abilities. Passersby couldn't ignore his dance moves and his melodious voice.

Those who listened to him and saw him sing and dance without musical instruments wanted him not to be infatuated with the entertainment he brought.

Cynthia and Samade are not from the same city. His wife must be from the east of the country, because they spoke different languages.

The crazy couple share a house, have disagreements and finally settled down with no one knowing how they did it. Their union resulted in the birth of three children.

Oluwayemisi stated that they lived through begging because they had no other source of income. The two lived together for twenty-two years without seeing a marriage counselor or taking marriage lessons.

According to the narrator, the crazy couple live in a single-family home under the popular Nigerian bridge near Oriel Crossing. The crazy lovebirds have found a means of communication despite their inability to speak same language.

Time and again the locals saw them kissing and hugging. They have fun together and do a lot of things in pairs. I believe they would have won the best pair of the year if they were healthy.

Samade died in July while Cynthia died in September of the same year. It was said that she died of loneliness and depression after her husband Samade passed on. Their children were adopted by three different families, each inspired by the romantic life of the crazy couple.

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