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Friday, February 12, 2021

(Videos) Ukrainian lady reveals how she met and married her Igbo-Yoruba husband

A Ukrainian lady, Margaryta Damilare, popularly known as, Rifinegirl, has showed the world how she met her Igbo-Yoruba husband, Chinedu Damilare. Chinedu Damilare is a half breed in tribe (Igbo and Yoruba). Chinedu is definitely a Nigerian; you don't a priest to tell you that. 

Taking to her Instagram page, Rifinegirl, shared a compilation video of how she met Chinedu. In the video, their relationship started from Instagram; from video call on Instagram to text messages on the same social media application.

Chinedu and Rifinegirl met each other in March 2019. They dated for months until Chinedu proposed to her in Dubai in February 2020. They got married in June 2020 and had their first child/daughter in October 2020.

According to Rifinegirl, she revealed that when she got pregnant, she was scared that Chinedu would be angry because she got pregnant too early. Fortunately, he didn't but was overjoyed.

Chinedu and his wife live in Dubai and they have been there for a few years now. In the video, Rifinegirl, revealed the cars her husband bought for her. The first one he bought for her when she had no licence to drive was a "BMW" car. The second car was a Ferrari.

She wrote: "Love ❤️ 😍😍 I am thankful for you in my life , for our parents showing great support during this time .I love you to the moon and back , you my 🌎 ❤️ #wedding2020 #love #bride #weddingvideo Videography : @anastasia_videoartist @dubaifilmmakers great work."

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