Photos: Nigerian Guy Dressed As Superman Proposed To Girlfriend At MMIA Airport Ikeja Lagos

June 12, 2015 – Pictures: Nigerian Man Dressed As Superman Proposed To American Girlfriend At MMIA Airport Ikeja Lagos

A creative Naija guy recently surprised his girlfriend at the ever-busy Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Ikeja Lagos.

He went to pick her up at the airport in a superman outfit. The moment he set his eyes on her, he went down on his knees to propose to her.

The superman stunt swept the lady off her feet.

Friends said the lady came to Nigeria from Atlanta Georgia for her yearly vacation.

Awww!!! so romantic!

11 thoughts on “Photos: Nigerian Guy Dressed As Superman Proposed To Girlfriend At MMIA Airport Ikeja Lagos

  1. U might as wel put on diablo’s costume & us fire & a long fork 2 propose 2 ur gf. D question is, Doz it add anythn 2d quality of ur marriage? It is now commonplace 4 guys 2 make a show of dis highly significant moment all in d frivolous bid 2 appear romantic, but com 2d marriage proper, they fail 2 spark it up wit equal heat. Mor emphasis is now laid on how, when,& where a man proposes 2 his gf instead of how he treats her as a wife. I wonda where dis histrionic trend takes us.

    • I totally agree with you Metu. What matters is how they treat each other from then on. Good for the couple but I smell green card like Niyiola said. When the lady comes back what will she tell the boyfriend here?

  2. Exactly my point @ Metu. All these their pubic display may even prevent the girl from taking the right decision. What if she wouldn’t want to “marry” you but just because of the drama, she would say yes and then you know what that would later result into… My point is, just let it be between the two of you except if you are soooo sure she is your wife even before attempting to propose. Lol. All the same, I wish you all the best!

  3. @MetuNyetu; TRUE TALK!

    “LADIES” shldnt b too emotional & carid away wt d present, but d “FUTURE”.

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