Many people enjoy a good love story of how they met their spouse.Ask your friends, relatives or even parents how they met and you will receive some entertaining stories of how they got to know each other and landed in relationships which broaded marriage.
Kenya daily newspaper the people, published an interesting story of a couple from thika who revealed to the publication a dramatic way through which they met.
According to the bride, on the material day she had gone to deposit money at a Mpesa Shop,and met the bride groom working there as a shop attendant.
"We met back in 2011 on 24 th July 2021, at a Mpesa Shop in Thika,it was on Sunday and I was depositing money for chama"Said the bride.
Fransica also mentioned that there was a Mpesa delay and she had to stay little bit longer,and that is when they started talking and he asked for her phone number which she willingly gave out.Elisha called later the same day and they had a long conversation.
Report indicated that,the couple dating life has never been like a walk in the park, because when they met the bridegroom was still a University student and there was a lot of break up in between.
"We used to break up alot,there is a time we took a break for one year"Said the bride.
Elisha proposed To Nzula,on a valentine's day in 2018 when they were out for a dinner.They dated for three more years before setting down.
Conisidentaly,the two love birds tied the knot the same date and month they first met.They met on 24th July 2011 and wedded on 24th July 2021.
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