- People have expressed mixed reactions to the news of Ghana's Minister of State in charge of Public Procurement’s marriage to her long-time fiancé
- The latest video of the couple making rounds on social media is a man spraying loads of cash on the newly-weds
- Honourable Sarah Adwoa Safo and her husband, Hanny Moutsiseb, are seen jamming to a song while the man sprayed cash
A mind-blowing video of a man spraying cash on Hon. Sarah Adwoa Safo and her husband, Hanny Moutsiseb, during the couple’s traditional marriage ceremony has ravaged social media and triggered conversations.
Ghana’s Minister of State in charge of Public Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, tied the knot with her long-time fiancé in a blissful nuptial on Sunday, August 4, 2019, at a undisclosed location.
Yen.com.gh broke the news when adorable photos of the newly married couple emerged on social media with the couple styled in Ghana’s timeless royal Kente cloth.
The newly married couple were captured full of excitement and elegance in regal Kente amid cheers from family and loved ones while they exchanged rings to seal their marriage.
While several photos and videos of the couple have been shared on social media, a video with a man spraying tens, twenties and fifty cedi notes on the newly married during their couple's dance has generated quite a buzz.
And some social media enthusiasts have reacted.
Meanwhile, while students are expected to study hard to obtained the best grades during and after they complete school, scoring all As is an achievement that ought to be celebrated and Nana Adwoa, a student from Wesley Girls finished WASSCE with 8As.
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