- Former Asante Kotoko player, Abdul Safiu Fatawu, has tied the knot wit his fiancée, Adila Jafaru
- Abdul Safiu Fatawu and Adila Jafaru married at a classy event on Sunday, January 5, 2020
- A video of their gorgeous marriage ceremony has surfaced online
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Former Asante Kotoko player, Abdul Safiu Fatawu, has married his fiancée Adila Jafaru, at a gorgeous ceremony which had family and loved ones gracing their union.
The strictly by invitation ceremony held at the Encom Hotel took place in Techiman on Sunday, January 5, 2020.
The event was attended by family and friends, as well as former teammates including former Black Stars coach Ibrahim Tanko.
With a stunning broad smile on her face, the bride, Adila Jafaru, tied the knot with her long-time fiancé at a beautiful ceremony.
A video of their marriage show that Adila Jafaru, makes for one adorable bride, as she stuns in her regal traditional outfit as she officially tied the knot with hubby Abdul Safiu Fatawu.
The groom was also captured in dashing African kaftan with embroidery, clinched to his new bride with a flashing broad smile.
Fatawu joined Trelleborg on a four-month loan from Kotoko before making the deal permanent in November 2019.
Watch video below:
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that just as they say, if a child learns to wash their hands properly, he or she gets to dine with the elderly and Nakeeyat Dramani, was recently privileged to meet and hang-out with Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo.
The ecstatic child spoken-word artiste and poet had the rare privilege of meeting with President Akuffo-Addo at the Jubilee house.
The ecstatic child spoken-word artiste and poet had the rare privilege of meeting with President Akuffo-Addo at the Jubilee house. Nakeeyat met the president on January 6, 2020, after Akufo-Addo took a break from his busy schedule to hang around the little princess.
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