- Biney, a new bride recently shared incredibly stunning images from her traditional marriage
- The stunning photos show Biney and her husband attired in gorgeous African prints as they tied the knot
- Biney and her husband reportedly married on February, 8, 2020
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Just as this latest married couple, 2020 has kicked off as a very wonderful and memorable year for some people as they tied the knot with their ''soul mates'' in blissful nuptials.
And images from the traditional marriage of a couple that have surfaced online are warming hearts.
The bride, Biney, shared a series of photos online and revealed she married her bestie.
Biney and her sweetheart tied the knot in a beautiful traditional marriage on February 8, 2020 in Accra and gorgeous images of her styled in stunning African print evokes blissful nostalgia.
With nearly visible trembling lips showing in the pictures, Biney who was overwhelmed by love, got married to her prince with her heart full of joy.
Biney and her husband's outfit for their special day looked beautiful beyond words.
The couple was captured in a series of images as they joined each other at a ceremony to become ‘one flesh’.
Biney wore a perfect bright wedding colour as she took one of the most important steps of her life while the groom dazzled in his white kaftan with embroidery over long trousers.
One could literally feel the bond of friendship between the bride and her groom as both were captured with infectious smiles.
YEN.com.gh first spotted the photos after Biney shared them online.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Ghanaians never fail to erupt the humour in every scandal and the saga about Samuel Aboagye, the KNUST student who trended over his emotional reaction following a breakup with his girlfriend, Nana Ama is no different.
In the wake of Sammy and Nana Ama’s breakup, a video showing the former crying after his girlfriend allegedly dumped also has him apologetically saying that the "the past is not the present" Sammy recently explained in an interview the circumstances of his situation and how his video came up online.
Sammy who believes the viral video was recorded by one of his friends said he could not think straight when the incident happened and could not establish how the video emerged on social media.
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