- Former President John Maham's son, Shafik, has got married to an Algerian lady named Asma
- As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, the private wedding came off in Dubai
-YEN.com.gh has more photos and videos from the wedding
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YEN.com.gh recently broke the news of Shafik Mahama, one of former President John Dramani Mahama's sons, getting married.
As we exclusively reported, the privately held ceremony came off in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
Following our report, more details, photos and videos on the wedding have emerged online.
From what YEN.com.gh has gathered, the lady known as Asma is an Algerian who is also based in Dubai.
Just like Mahama's, Asma is also reported to come from a wealthy family in the northern African country.
From the photos and videos, Asma is a very pretty young lady and complements Shafik Mahama very well.
The new photos and videos from the wedding show it was a privately held ceremony with only a few family and present.
It is expected that the couple will hold a bigger celebration when things normalise and the restrictions on social gatherings go away.
Below are the photos and video from the wedding:
1. A video showing what happened at the simple wedding ceremony:
2. A closer look at Shafik Mahama's wife, Asma:
3. The new couple in town:
4. Another look at the couple:
5. Shafik and his wife flaunt their wedding rings after the wedding:
In other wedding news, TV3 newscaster Martin Asiedu Dartey has got married in a simple wedding ceremony.
Dartey married his sweetheart known as Selikem Bedzo with strict observance of social distancing rules.
The newscaster's wedding came off just a few weeks after another broadcast journalist, Peace FM and UTV sports presenter, Romeo Oduro, tied the knot in a white wedding.
The beautiful ceremony got special attention as it was held at the on the football pitch at Kotobabi Wembley Park
Romeo Oduro's white wedding came exactly two months after he and his bride, Serwaa, held a colourful traditional wedding (engagement ceremony).
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