YEN.com.gh has come across some exclusive photos from the traditional marriage of veteran Ghanaian actress Rose Mensah, popularly known as Kyeiwaa, in the United States of America.
The traditional marriage ceremony is believed to have taken place in Worcester, a city in central Massachusetts.
Photos from the event saw Kyeiwaa and her husband, Michael Kissi Asare, dressed in regal traditional Ghanaian Kente as they were joined in holy matrimony.
Some family members and friends clothed in Kente and Kente-inspired designs were also seen in attendance.
Attendees of the marriage ceremony were seen observing COVID-19 protocols as they were spotted in nose masks and also sat while keeping their distance from one another.
Rose Mensah and her hubby were seen seated beautifully in the photos that were spotted by YEN.com.gh.
The photos showed a preacher blessing the rings and allowed Mr. Asare to put the ring on Kyeiwaa’s finger.
Other photos showed the moment where the traditional rites of presenting the stuff on the engagement list to the family of Kyeiwaa.
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YEN.com.gh was part of the media houses that broke the news of Kyeiwaa’s impending marriage months ago.
However, the popular actress had to reschedule the nuptial due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The marriage has however been successfully done. The white wedding is set to follow tomorrow, July 25, 2020, at the same venue.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Second Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Samira Bawumia, has been spotted with one of her children in a beautiful photo that has gained a lot of attention on social media.
Samira Bawumia has always been known as a fashionista and once again she has wowed Ghanaians with a photo, but this time around, she was accompanied by her handsome son.
The photo, which was sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, saw the Second Lady and her handsome son on what appeared to be a trip to the shopping mall.
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