A popular Ghanaian photographer and owner of Adonai Studios, Awuah, has tied the knot with his long-time fiancée, Ama Agyeman, in a blissful star-studded marriage ceremony.
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The stunning couple were styled in matching Kente outfits for their traditional nuptial and the bride, Nana Ama, left many captivated with her breath-taking elegance and simple makeup coupled with graceful hairstyle.
Awuah, equally and his men equally owned the day with their charming looks and synchronised dance moves.
Adorned in white apparels, the bride and her bridesmaids, who were also styled in bright but different colours, together with bride, stole the show.
Nana’s bridesmaids didn’t just wear white but gave extravagant style goals with their regal outfits, hairstyle and makeup.
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Meanwhile, a non-Ghanaian male saxophonist has earned a special spot in the hearts of many with his flawless performance of UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer, Diana Hamilton's song, ‘Mo Ne Yo’.
The video emerged of the Whiteman skillfully handling the woodwind instrument and playing the popular gospel song which won the VGMA 2019 Gospel Song of the Year. ‘Mo Ne Yo’, a song with a central theme of gratitude resonated with many Ghanaians following its release in 2018.
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