- A loving couple has held their wedding on a social media application called Zoom because of the lockdown exercise
- 45 people were reported to have attended the wedding live from France, CIV, Netherlands, SA, Calgary and other places
- Many users on Twitter have been reacting with interesting and hilarious comments
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A beautiful couple has organized their wedding online due to the lockdown exercise, with many family members around the world in attendance on a social media application.
The heartwarming story was made public by a lady identified as Ki on Twitter who indicated that the groom is her brother.
According to Ki, she served as the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of the family, setting up the popular Zoom application for the whole family to attend the wedding online as the groom, bride and some witnesses were the only ones in physical attendance.
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The wedding saw about 45 people from France, CIV, Netherlands, SA, Calgary and other places, according to the proud sister whose brother was having the wedding.
Many Twitter users have been reacting to the interesting wedding ceremony:
Jomani Oluwadare said this was a great wedding, given that only a small amount of money had to be spent on it.
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Chidiogo said that what the CTO of the wedding did was so well as she made it possible for the wedding to happen in grand style.
Kene Okoye made a hilarious comment, saying that a wedding ceremony without jollof is not really a wedding ceremony:
Another report has it that a group of Ghanaians have shown their displeasure at the government regarding the meal they were provided according to the president's directive in a trending video.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzz.com shows that the meal was waakye, a Ghanaian dish, with pepper sauce and egg.
The men whose voice could be heard in the background were asking if this was how the government decided to spend the $10 million allocated to fight the novel coronavirus.
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