- A young couple have organized their wedding with just 10 people present
- The wedding is greatly admired but is sure to face criticisms from persons who longed to be there but couldn't
- Photos of the beautiful ceremony were sighted by YEN.com.gh
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An amazing couple has gotten married with only 10 individuals present to witness the event as beautiful pictures have surfaced on social media.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Celebritiesbuzz.com, the couple got married with only the small number of witnesses in order to save money.
The move appears to be a bold and brave one as the wedding would likely be criticized by close friends and extended family members who did not get the chance to be invited.
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The only additional people sighted at the closed-door ceremony were the priest as well as a man who appeared to be an official photographer.
Perhaps, this would be a great path for other young people seeking to get married to follow. Many wish to get married but are hindered by the huge financial budgets they need to meet.
Others go the extra mile to take loans from financial institutions just to organize a 'befitting' wedding and end up suffering for it later.
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The brilliant couple who decided to forgo the norms and do what would benefit them have won the admiration of many people.
In other news, Kyei Oduro Loretta is a young, vibrant-looking and beautiful immigration officer who is turning heads and melting hearts on social media.
According to Occupygh.com who have confirmed speaking to Loretta personally, the beautiful officer has been getting proposals from numerous people online.
Loretta asserts that many people who have seen her pictures on social media keep inboxing her for details regarding her location and availability.
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