- Popular Ghanaian MC, George Bannerman, is set to get married to his long time girlfriend after dating for 13 years
- Photos shared by George show the couple over 10 years ago when they started dating and how they currently look
- Ghanaians could not keep calm after seeing George's love story as there have been thousands of reactions to the post
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George Bannerman, a popular Ghanaian Master of Ceremony (MC), is set to get married to his long time girlfriend who he has dated for 13 years on August 1, 2020.
The handsome man, who has been an MC for tons of marriages as shown by photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media handles, broke the news on Twitter.
Along with the heartwarming words in the post was a photo that showed the couple when they were both much younger but still together.
It is not known why the dating process has taken over a decade for marriage to arrive, but the longevity of the bond between George and his girlfriend is one that is being celebrated by many.
Richwell mentioned that the couple had really done well by sticking together for that long when his bond broke in only two years:
Hair_Sense, who was amazed by the news, says it was probably possible because they made up after a series of breakups:
Acquah Damilola came along with a brilliant explanation to the dumbfounding duration of dating, indicating that the couple simply started dating early:
In another report, Adelaide Heward-Mills, the wife of Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, caused a massive stir on Twitter with a rare throwback photo to mark his 57th birthday.
The photo sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Twitter handle of the renowned reverend missus shows a time many years ago when the couple was much younger.
Bishop Dag, who currently appears tough, looked lean in the photo, but interestingly, Adelaide Heward-Mills appears not to have changed so much.
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