19-year-old Nigerian Secondary School students get married (photos)

19-year-old Nigerian Secondary School students, have taken their relationship a step further by tying the nuptial knots in a wedding ceremony attended by friends, family and loved ones.

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Facebook user, Olajumoke Oluwadamilola, who shared photos from the wedding ceremony of the 19-year-old Nigerian Secondary School students, wrote;

Wishing you all the love and happiness in the world and congratulations on your marriage.

Imagine 19 years student get married to each other.

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This follows up report of a 9-year-old school boy who married a 62-year-old lady.  Dressed in a silvery tuxedo, baby-faced Saneie clutched the hand of mother-of-five Helen Shabangu – her children are aged between 28- and 38-years-old – as they repeated their vows a year on in front of 100 guests.

The schoolboy said he did it to make the marriage ‘official’ but other villagers in Ximhungwe in Mpumalanga, South Africa describe it as “sickening”. The ceremony – where guests shared a piece of cake – took place in front of Helen’s long-term husband Alfred Shabangu, 66, who was there last year as well.

He said: “My kids and I are happy because we don’t have a problem with her marrying the boy – and I don’t care what other people say.”

Both families claim the wedding is simply another ‘ritual’ after Saneie was told by his dead ancestors to wed last year and his parents forked out £500 for the bride and another £1,000 for the ceremony. But the schoolboy – the youngest of five children – wanted to follow South African tradition and insisted they have the second ceremony this week to make their marriage official.

The young groom said he still hoped he would have a proper wedding to a woman his own age when he was older. He further disclosed that he will work hard in school to graduate with good grades.

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