An obviously excited new bride has taken to Instagram to narrate on how she met her husband. According to the lady identified as Doyin, they both met at the First Bank Training School in 2012 as graduate trainees.
She mentioned that, though they started as just colleagues with nothing much between them, but today it is all history as she is bound to be with him for the rest of her life.
Read her post below:
I met Fola (@flo_diran), at First Bank training school, in 2012 while we were both Graduate Trainees; but we never said more than “Hi” and very few words.
After about a year in the department I was posted to, I got bored and felt the need to move before I got transferred to the branch or department I wouldn’t want. Fola stepped up to help by asking a few HODs, but it never worked.
Sometime in 2014, at the later part of the year, he took about a year out of work, but we talked almost every day. He was in Ibadan during the period, and fortunately, I and other colleagues including the famous Ayo Odole who happen to be his friends went for event in Ibadan.
We stopped by his house to visit and charge our phones *covers face*. I got to meet his mum on the said day, and one of our friends jokingly told his mum I was the one collecting all his money in Lagos. Guess his mum’s reaction; she said she didn’t mind him spending his money on me as I was a ‘full’ package.
She asked that I stand and do a 360 turn in front of her. We left Ibadan and life continued.
Fola liked me all these while, but I saw him as a friend and colleague because we got talking while we were both in supposed ‘serious’ relationships.
When he came back to Lagos sometime in June/July 2015, we continued being friends until he ‘stylishly’ asked me out over a chat in September/October 2016.
I accepted and in October 2016, he asked if I would like to spend the rest of my life with him. I told him I wouldn’t have stayed with him for over a year if I hadn’t decided to do that — it was unknown to me that he already had a ring in his pocket.
The moment I answered in the affirmative, I got a RING!
And the rest, as they say, is history