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Lady shocked on a wedding day after realizing a bridegroom had no legs


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An emotional story put together by Afrimax TV which sounds like a flick from a movie has been shared online. 

A man who is physically disabled divulged his handicapped to his bride to be just moments before their wedding. The man, Ndayisenga waited after years to disclose to his bride that he has no limbs.

His wife although utterly shocked by the turn of events, still pledged allegiance to him and assured him that she would love him for better or worse.

Prior to that, Ndayisenga and Deborah had dated for two years, and she had no idea of his predicament whatsoever as they were never intimate, in fulfillment of keeping themselves pure till marriage.

Taking viewers on the sad journey of how he ended up without legs, Ndayisenga said he was amputated from the knee after he was a victim in a bomb explosion.

He revealed that many people from his village bullied him over his condition, and many told him how no woman will ever accept to marry him.

He said he met Deborah during a singing competition and instantly, he knew she was his missing rib. While they were dating, he was unable to open up to her that his legs had been amputated due to fear of rejection.

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