- Ghana's Minister of State in charge of Public Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has tied the knot in a beautiful traditional marriage ceremony
- Stunning photos of her blissful nuptial with her husband, Hanny Moutsiseb, surfaced on social media on Sunday [today] August 4, 2019
- The mind-blowing photos of the newly married couple have attracted some lovely reactions
Adorable photos of the eventful nuptial of Ghana’s Minister of State in charge of Public Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, to her fiancé has emerged on social media with the couple styled in Ghana’s timeless regal Kente cloth.
Sources tell Yen.com.gh that the Deputy Majority Leader of Ghana’s Parliament and her husband, Hanny Moutsiseb, have been dating away from the public radar for a while before their traditional marriage ceremony.
The newly married couple were captured full of excitement and elegance in regal Kente styled apparels amid cheers from family and loved ones while they exchanged rings to seal their marriage.
The remarkable Member of Parliament looked like a true African queen in the beautiful photos which have since gone viral on social media.
Some notable Ghanaians including musician and political activist, Kwame A Plus and Mulitimedia Editor at Adom, Afia Pokuaa, took to their social media handles to congratulate the newly married couple.
Some comments from social media users.
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