Woman Set To Wed Man Whose Facebook Messages She Ignored For Years (Photos)

August 2, 2019
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Maxwell and Clare Chidinma

A Facebook user is set to wed a man she met on Facebook and ignored for two years.

The woman identified as Ike Clare Chidinma revealed that she began receiving Facebook inbox messages from Maxwell four years ago.

But she did not reply his messages for two years.

When he wouldn’t give up even after two years, Clare decided to respond to him and that was the beginning of a relationship that’ll lead to the altar on Saturday, August 10.

Sharing the story to Facebook, Clare wrote:

“God has decided to take this journey of four-years to its permanent site.

It all started on Facebook.He kept saying hi on via messenger for good two-years, I kept ignoring his messages.

God bless the day I replied to you.

Me: Hey young man what’s your problem?

Him: You are the solution to my problem.

Long story short. In a few days, I’ll marry the love of my life. #MaxClare19

August 10th is d date.”

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