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Merrcy Johnson And Husband In Dubai Ahead Of Valentines Day

Love is in the air as February 14 approaches and many lovers are already planning on how and where they will celebrate it.

Naija News understands that every February 14 is recognized as  Valentines Day, a day usually aside to appreciate and celebrate love, especially between lovers, couples.

Dark complexioned beautiful, Nollywood actress Mercy Johnson and her husband, Prince Odianosen Okojie are all set for Valentines Day.

The mother of three posted a cute video of herself with her husband on a plane as she revealed that they are travelling to Dubai ahead of Valentine.

She explained further that despite being the person to initiate spending some time alone with her beau, she is already missing her kids.

Mercy wrote: “Bilahi, I have to disturb him always, he is too quiet and shyP/S… I was the one that said alone time oo ooo and without the kids now know? I am missing them already. good Night Friends#visitdubai#mydubaiexperience# #feb14th#valindubai#alwaysadifferentexperience#”

Valentine’s Day is now seen by most people as a day to show love. However, Mercy and her husband have been known to express their affection for each other on different occasions.

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😘😘😘Bilahi,i have to disturb him always,he is too quiet and shy😏😉P/S… I was d one that said alone time oo ooo and without the kids 🤣🤣now nko? 😏i am missing them already🙈🙈Good Night Friends#visitdubai#mydubaiexperience# #feb14th#valindubai#alwaysadifferentexperience#😘😘😘

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Valentines Day also is known as St. Valentine’s Day is a day when lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts. The holiday has origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, held in mid-February. The festival, which celebrated the coming of spring, included fertility rites and the pairing off of women with men by lottery. At the end of the 5th century, Pope Gelasius I replaced Lupercalia with St. Valentine’s Day. It came to be celebrated as a day of romance from about the 14th century.


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