Nigerian man proposes to girlfriend during romantic helicopter ride (photos)

Nigerian man proposes to girlfriend during romantic helicopter ride (photos)

Men are getting more creative and dramatic with their marriage proposals. One Nigerian man named Olumide took his own proposal to a new level.

Just yesterday, reported that a man stole the show at a Shoprite in Onitsha with his proposal and today, a man has done a proposal from thousands of feet off the ground.

Olumide and his long time girlfriend, Billie, decided to go on a helicopter ride just for fun. Billie was busy on her phone and had no clue that she would go up in the air as a lady in a relationship and come down as a lady who will soon be married.

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At one point, she looked down and saw the words 'Ashale, marry me', written on the beach shore. Next thing she knew, Mide was proposing to her. Watch her reaction below:

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Billie was very happy and surprised. She teared up when she realized he was proposing.

She immediately hid her face due to the rush of emotions she was feeling. She said yes through her tears and the couple are now engaged.

Wedding digest Naija shared the video and said: "Billie means so much to Olumide and he decided to surprise her with a diamond ring in the air . She was literally taken aback."


Who can say no to such an amazing proposal?

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The couple are set to wed later in the year.

"Do you know how they met? One of their friends did the magical. Elizabeth was their angel whom God sent to connect these two lovebirds whose path crossed 11 years ago when they were work colleagues but had no chemistry and never dreamt they would be soulmates."

Congrats to them.

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