MR AND MRS OGUNYOYE SAY THIS WAS THEIR SUPER, SUPER, PERFECT WEDDING.

MR AND MRS OGUNYOYE SAY THIS WAS THEIR SUPER, SUPER, PERFECT WEDDING.

Tracy had just stepped out of the salon, when she met David, who was also coming out from a restaurant that was adjacent to the salon.

He approached her and after briefly chatting, they exchanged numbers. When he called her, the conversation went on for an hour and this gave David the impression that Tracy would probably be comfortable with the idea of them getting to know each other better.

Being the gentleman that he is, he asked her to join him and his sisters for dinner soon thereafter and it was that dinner that “sealed the deal”.

Now, Tracy grew up under the watchful eye of her older sister and she was a little skeptical at first about her relationship with David. However, she soon gained his trust when he took her to Nigeria to meet his family last year.

The trip to Nigeria is one of Tracy’s favourite moments, as she says David’s family was very welcoming and the wedding is important to her, as it is every girl’s dream.

 

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