- A throwback photo of Reverend Joseph Eastwood Anaba and his wife Rosemond has surfaced online
- The image shows the now married wife and husband reading a Bible together
- The old photo, shared along with a current picture of the couple have stirred powerful reactions
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At a time when many are focusing on what they can accumulate from a relationship instead of what they can give, finding true love can sometimes be harder than a camel making it through the "eye of a needle".
However, a throwback image of Reverend Eastwood Anaba, founder and president of Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM) and his wife Rosemond Anaba, affirm that true love exists.
Reverend Eastwood Anaba and his wife are proof that love takes patience, sacrifice and a shared commitment and when those come together, a beautiful dance comes to life.
The image show the prominent man of God and his beautiful wife from over 30 years ago studying the Bible with glee.
One of the photos show then young Eastwood Anaba attired in a white long sleeves, flying tie and what appears to be black trousers while Rosemond, wore a simple straight dress with a butterfly neck.
The image was shared online together with a current photo which shows Rev. Eastwood Anaba humbly sitting at the feet of his beautiful wife.
YEN.com.gh first spotted the photos after social media influecer, Francis Kennedy Ocloo splashed his Facebook thread with the images.
Some of his followers shared awe-inspiring commentary after the photos surfaced online.
''Auntie Rosemond and Eastwood...
They have been through it all together and still going through life..
The best couple ever,'' Nha Nah Eyesha said in reaction.
Lebene Kponyo wrote: ''Everybody needs a support system that’s why it’s important to marry right.''
''To the Glory of Jesus!,'' Florence Sama Chuku simply said.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previous reported that Farouk James, an 8-year-old toddler with Ghanaian roots has been denied admission by several schools owing to his long hair James’ mother, Bonnie Miller of the UK, has been fighting for the policy to be altered.
Miller has been searching for a school for her son and two found so far won’t allow him because of his long, natural hair.
YEN.com.gh gathers that one of those schools is The London Oratory School, the same school her 23-year-old first son attended. Bonnie Miller told CBS News that she knew about their schools’ hair policies while disclosing that she had the same setback with her older son 10 years ago.
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