Adorable photos flood the internet as man proposes to baby mama at Achimota Mall

Adorable photos flood the internet as man proposes to baby mama at Achimota Mall

- Photos of a young man proposing to a lady at the Achimota Mall in Accra have surfaced on the internet

- Information available suggests they were at the KFC restaurant with their baby when the man slipped the ring on her finger

- This was after he had hidden it in a tissue paper and asked her to open it

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An unidentified man has become an internet sensation after he proposed to his girlfriend at the Achimota Mall in Accra.

In photos that have surfaced online, the man is seen seated at the KFC restaurant located at the mall, with two women.

His attention is however focused on the one wearing a pink dress as he goes down on his knees to open up on his feelings.

Adorable photos flood the internet as man proposes to baby mama at Achimota Mall

Source: celebritiesbuzz.com.gh
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Per a report by celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, the man and the woman were at the restaurant with their newly born baby.

YEN.com.gh understands that he hid the ring in a tissue paper and asked her to open it before he went on his knees and finally fixed the ring on her finger.

In other news, the founder and general overseer of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has cautioned men of God in the country as the 2020 election draws closer.

YEN.com.gh understands that the archbishop raises concerns about the manner in which prophecies, especially about electoral results, are communicated in the country.

He advised Ghanaian prophets to be guarded in their utterances as the elections draw closer.

He added that it is necessary for the prophets to be discreet and apply wisdom to the things they see in the spiritual realm before speaking in public about them.

Duncan-Williams went on to say that some prophets have made it their business to foretell electoral results usually in a bid to achieve parochial interests.

READ ALSO: 2020 elections: Duncan-Williams cautions prophets to be wise with predictions

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