- Kumawood actress Kyeiwaa and her husband have attended a thanksgiving service after their wedding
- A video shows Kyeiwaa leading praises in church during the thanksgiving service
- Kyeiwaa and her husband, Michael Kissi Asare tied the knot on Saturday, July 25, 2020
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Kumawood actress Kyeiwaa and her husband Michael Kissi Asare have held a thanksgiving service after tying the knot in the United States.
Kyeiwaa, known in private life as Rose Mensah a.k.a. Akua Ataa, and Kissi Asare married in a white wedding in the United States Worcester, Massachusetts on Saturday, July 25, 2020.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, first videos from the wedding which popped up online showed it was a very lovely ceremony.
READ ALSO: More beautiful photos from Kumawood actress Kyeiwaa's traditional wedding in the US
Following the successful ceremony, the newlyweds want to church on Sunday to offer thanks to the almighty God.
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Photos from the thanksgiving have popped up showing the couple wearing colourful kente outfits. Seated in the photo, the couple looked very gorgeous.
A video from the thanksgiving shows Kyeiwaa holding a microphone and leading praises in church while her husband stands by her side dancing.
The song Kyeiwaa is singing is Nyame Aseda by Kwaku Gyasi and she is seen in her elements doing her usual antics.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published some more photos and videos from the white wedding of Kyeiwaa and her husband.
One of the new videos has Kyeiwaa in a funny moment as she says her vows in English instead of Twi.
Earlier, photos from the traditional wedding which had Kyeiwaa and her husband, Michael Kissi Asare, dressed in regal traditional Ghanaian kente popped up.
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.
Originally, Kyeiwaa was supposed to marry on March 21, 2020, and even had a bridal shower but the wedding had to be postponed after the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic.
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