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“I used to add her name to list of noise makers to provoke her” – Man celebrates 10 years wedding anniversary with his secondary school classmate (Photos)

Citizen Nagaziman’s joyous celebration of his 10th wedding anniversary and 20 years of togetherness with his secondary school classmate is a heartwarming testament to the enduring power of friendship turned love.

Sharing their remarkable journey on his Facebook accounts, Citizen recounts the unconventional beginning of their story. In JSS3, he and his now-wife started as friends, and interestingly, he admits to purposely adding her name to the list of noise makers because he didn’t initially like her quiet demeanor.

Reflecting on their early days, Citizen humorously notes, “You know how school uniform hides beauty, o yea, but one evening I ran into her without school uniform around ‘ohu oweyi’, I was like this girl fine oo.” It was this moment of realization that sparked a change in his perception, leading him to eventually confess his feelings in 2003, after they completed secondary school.

Recalling her initial response, Citizen shares, “She was like you dey craze, there was nothing she will do with a razz guy like me but sha, we can be friends.” This marked the beginning of a friendship that flourished and was nurtured for over 10 years, ultimately culminating in their marriage in 2013.

Celebrating 24 years as classmates and 20 years as friends, Citizen expresses gratitude for the journey, stating, “It’s our 10 years Marriage anniversary. We give God the Glory for how far he has helped us.” The posts capture the essence of enduring love, founded on a deep connection that withstood the test of time, evolving from school days to a decade-long marriage.

Citizen Nagaziman’s story resonates as a beautiful example of how relationships can bloom unexpectedly, emphasizing the importance of patience, friendship, and shared experiences in the journey toward lasting love.

He wrote, “I knew my wife in 1999 when she joined our class, we were in JSS3, She hardly talk, I hate quiet people. I wasn’t feeling her vibes at all. I will add her name to the list of noise makers just to provoke her”.

“You know how school uniform hides beauty, o yea, but one evening I ran into her without school uniform around “ohu oweyi”, I was like this girl fine oo, I must have been blinded by the beauty of the other girls in the class, it took me some years to tell her that I liked her, and that was in 2003, after we were done with secondary school.

“She was like you dey craze, there was nothing she will do with a razz guy like me but sha, we can be friends. The friendship grew and was nurtured for over 10 years, till we got married in 2013. 24 years as Class mates. 20 years as friends. It’s our 10 years Marriage anniversary. We give God the Glory for how far he has helped us.”

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Sources: Infotrend.com.ng