Engineers Friendship, Romance and Marriage#Adehennie2020

Pre-wedding photos

Meet the Adesinas, the engineers who fell in love and later got married amidst so many challenges. The love story of Marilyn Hennie Musa and Moruffdeen Olayinka Adesina.

Ing and Ing Adesina
The young couple

They met in 2009, at Fourah Bay College through a mutual friend who like Moruffdeen, was a member of the Nigerian student Union at FBC. Moruffdeen was one year ahead of Marylin and he was always willing to help her in her academics with drawings, assignments and her course work. They gradually became friends.

The Bride (Yawo)
The Groom (Orkor)
Lovely couple
Beautiful people

After one to two years of friendship they decided to take the relationship a step further as they agreed to date. Dating was easier with Moruffdeen because of the friendship they had shared. ‘My husband is the nicest man I have ever met, I know this may sound cliche but he is every woman’s dream’, Marilyn stated. ‘He had never pressured me for anything and had always been a strong pillar of support for me physically, mentally and emotionally’, she continued.

At the Mosque 
Groomsmen and Bridesmaids
Bride with her entourage
Priceless moments
At the Church 

When after graduation from the university between 2013 and 2014 they both got jobs. Moruffdeen was working in the provinces while Marylin was working in Freetown, and the long-distance took its toll on the relationship and that affected their plans of settling down.

The Adesinas Grooms Family
With Friends
Ring, Bible, and smiles

Ours is one of a kind relationship,” says the excited and beautiful bride. “We were mentally and emotionally prepared for the challenges we will face because we realize our differences early on and so we were ready to face them when the time was right. We were inclined to learn and unlearn so many things about ourselves and our cultures individually and as a couple. We knew what we wanted and we fought for it”.

Ing and Ing Adesina
Lovely smile
The Adesinas
Bride sister and friends
Bride and her family

In the end, this couple was joined together forever. We pray they experience “happily ever after” as this is every couple’s dream.

Cake
Cross-section of bride sisters
Cross-section of colleague engineers supporting their own
Family

What we have seen here is how strong and powerful true love can be. Love does not know demographics and is not a respecter of race. Love does not see religion or skin color. Love breaks barriers and love conquers all. What the Adesinas share is a true testament to that. We wish them well in this journey of theirs and uncommon marital bliss♥.

With her sister
Bride and groom in their traditional attire

Of course, we not going to end this if I did not give you my readers a sneak-peek into how the bridal shower went down. Enjoy!

Friends of the bride
Hen’s night decor
Bride to be in her feeling
That’s how engineers do






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