The Apostolic Church Ghana, Adentan Central Assembly, has honoured 100-year-old Mama Mary Kwame aka Adjourni for her unrivalled contribution towards the church during its early formation.
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Mama Mary Kwame received a citation from the church in recognition of her ''contribution and selfless dedication'' especially for giving her ''house for the establishment of the Adentan Central Central Assembly.''
YEN.com.gh earlier featured the 100-year-old woman, who now lives at Adenta in Accra, where she shares a room with a granddaughter.
Despite her fragility, Adjourni still attends church at the climbs the huge Adenta bridge at Barrier all by herself to attend church service at the Apostolic Church, also in the same vicinity.
The Apostolic Church remains grateful and on Sunday, October 27, 2019, Mama Mary Kwame was honoured for giving her house for the establishment of the church.
Adorable photos of the brief ceremony have been shared online.
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Meanwhile, AbdRahman Munse-Bwaye, a 96-year-old Nigerian man has tied the knot with 73-year-old Rukaya Yamwa-Piri on October 17, 2019, at Piri, a village in the Kwali Area Council in Abuja.
According to reports, Munse-Bwaye, who was once a widower, became attracted Rukaya when he met her and decided they should marry and live together as husband and wife.
In an interview following his marriage, Munse-Bwaye who is the oldest man in Kiyi village in Kuje Council Area Abuja, disclosed that despite having grownup children with wives who took care of him, he wanted his own wife because no woman would be able to take care of him like his wife.
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