- A military man identified as Ebuka and his fiancée, Obaa Etse, are set to exchange vows to become husband and wife
- The couple has been captured in romantic pre-wedding frames ahead of their nuptials
- Ebuka and his wife-to-be will tie the knot on August 29, 2020
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Love is beautiful when one finds the bone of their bone, and this beautiful couple, Ebuke and Obaa Etse, are set to leave their parents to be joined together as husband and wife.
The romantic pair will be exchanging vows at a gorgeous ceremony on August 29, 2020.
In spite of the raging coronavirus that is still plaguing countries across the word, love appears to be one of the few things that remains unaffected.
Ebuka, a soldier, and his wife-to-be, who is a nurse, affirm this narrative that love conquers even the greatest obstacles.
The duo has been captured in stunning pre-wedding frames as they prepare to tie the knot.
Announcing the upcoming nuptials in a post online, a social media user named Nana Tea wrote:
''Soldier weds a nurse. The only time a soldier man will go on his knees is when he's about to propose to a woman and also when he want to ask for the thing. DNT ask me what thing. Ebuka, congratulations guys. Obaa Etse, I got to know her through this group, she's also an Atta maame. When the time is right the Lord will make it happen.''
News of their upcoming nuptials and the stunning pre-wedding photos have erupted congratulatory commentaries beneath the post on social media.
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In another story, international Ghanaian model, Nana Akua Addo, has splashed spectacular frames of her little princess, Ohemma Menaye Dokua, on social media as she celebrates her daughter's birthday.
Ohemma turned a new age in August and her mom, who is famous for dominating the red carpets of A-list events, proudly showed her off in beautiful photos.
Celebrating her daughter, Nana Akua Addo declared God’s blessings on her Ohemma. She established Ohemma ''shall flourish beyond human capacity''.
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