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Bolanle and Bunmi Ninalowo: Love stories deserve happy endings

By GuardianLife
16 February 2020   |   7:51 am
Many Disney love stories always have the same ending, girl marries boy and they ride off into the sunset to live happily ever after. However, reality gives us different doses of what love stories can be like. It is not as smooth as the romance novels will like us to believe, not even when it involves a tall and hunky man like Bolanle Ninolowo and his love interest Bunmi.

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