- Adwoa Safo has spoken after her traditional wedding to Hanny Mouhtiseb
- The MP and minister of state expressed his gratitude to God and well-wishers
- Adwoa Safo also shared more photos from the wedding
MP for Dome-Kwabenya and minister of state in charge of Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, has spoken for the first time after getting married.
As earlier reported, Adwoa Safo who is also the deputy majority leader in parliament tied the knot with Hanny Mouhtiseb in a beautiful traditional marriage ceremony.
The wedding came off at the residence of Adwoa Safo's father at Taifa in Accra on Sunday, August 4, 2019.
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Taking to social media after the wedding, Adwoa Safo has thanked well-wishers for their prayers and support.
"Thank You for the Support, Prayers and Well Wishes. To God Be The Glory. Photo & Video: @flostudios_gh Bridal dress: @duabaserwa Make up: @cjzmakeover Decor: @sadedesignsgh Lighting: @gigkits Hairstyling: @redgingerforhair Local bar: @sipsgh," she wrote in a post on Instagram on Tuesday, August 6.
Adwoa Safo's thank you message was accompanied by more beautiful photos from the ceremony as released by official photographers.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has also published photos of the items Mouhtiseb presented to Adwoa Safo's family as dowry for her hand in marriage.
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The photos showed a load of items parked in the living room of Adwoa Safo's father, Apostle Kwadwo Safo.
In one of the photos, Apostle Safo was seen sitting in a living room with his son, Kwadwo Safo Junior and others as the items were brought and displayed in front of them.
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