Young Ghanaian man causes stir; marries old white lady (Photos)

Young Ghanaian man causes stir; marries old white lady (Photos)

- A Ghanaian man has set tongues wagging on social media

- Photos from his wedding with an old white lady have popped up online

- The photos have attracted massive reactions from social media users

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A young Ghanaian man has caused a stir on social media as he has found the love of his life.

This young man trended on social media as photos from his low-key wedding with his old white lady surfaced online.

The said wedding photos were shared on Instagram by renowned broadcaster, Abeiku Santana.

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In the photos seen by YEN.com.gh, the young man and his white lady couldn't control their smiles after making their love official.

From the photos, the new couple posed beautifully for the camera at the beach.

Per viral reports, the wedding was held at Labadi Beach in Accra.

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The photos have garnered massive reactions from social media users as they took to the comment section to air their views.

@abena.moet believed the young man married the old white woman because of a Green Card:

"I smell the green book already."

@sarpongkaren talked about the money the young man will be getting:

"He found a whole bank account not a wife. But hey, to each his own."

@afia_cutirs said poverty is not good:

"Poverty die die die die poverty die."

@yahaya_nurideen went biblical:

"This marriage dierr Sarah and Isaac that’s the opposite."

@addo9199 asked questions as he is confused:

"Is it real or a movie?"

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Meanwhile, UTV presenter Romeo Oduro is officially off the market as he got married in a beautiful white wedding.

The renowned sports presenter tied the knot with Serwaa on 20 June at the Kotobabi Wembley Park in Accra.

Their white wedding follows their traditional wedding (engagement ceremony), which was held two months ago.

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