Popular Ghanaian prostitute, Queen Farcadi has caused confusion among Ghanaians regarding her supposed marriage.
On Saturday, January 4, 2020, news broke that Queen Farcadi has tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend.
However, the news brought mixed reactions among some social media users as many couldn't believe it while others congratulated her.
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Now, in less than 24 hours after the aforementioned wedding, another report sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates that Queen Farcadi faked the said marriage.
According to the said report, it was Queen Farcadi’s big sister who got married but she used her sister’s wedding to get attention in order to get more market for her ‘night job' business.
YEN.com.gh can't verify the report but we will update our readers when any information drops.
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Meanwhile, with a flashing broad smile on her face, Ghanaian newscaster and producer at Citi TV and Citi FM, Abena Owusu Nyamekye, tied the knot with her long-time fiancé at a gorgeous traditional marriage ceremony.
Abena Owusu Nyamekye, makes for one adorable bride, blushing as she enchants in her regal traditional outfit and African beads as she officially sealed her relationship with hubby Jam Padu.
Photos of the newly married couple surfaced on social media following the couple's blissful traditional marriage ceremony, receiving pleasant congratulatory messages from some media personalities.
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Another adorable picture shows Abena Owusu Nyamekye and Padu in a giant smile while hugging each other moments after they tied the knot.
Other photos show Owusu Nyamekye beaming with stunning looks as she posed in Kente and gorgeous beads for the camera.
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