Gospel singer, Joe Mettle and his fiancée, Salomey Selassie Dzisa, have got married in a traditional wedding.
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The traditional marriage ceremony which comes ahead of their white wedding was held on Thursday, August 13, 2020.
The traditional wedding happened to be a beautiful kente-themed ceremony just like many such weddings in Ghana.
Already, YEN.com.gh has reported on the first photos and videos from the wedding which came up on social media.
Following our initial report, more photos and videos from the wedding have popped up and we bring you some below:
1. Joe Mettle and Selassie pose for pictures:
2. The couple listening to the preacher:
3. Another pose for a picture:
4. The couple posed with many of the wedding-goers:
5. Selassie looking gorgeous:
6. The couple's first dance:
7. Joe Mettle and his wife pose with the bridal train:
The news of Joe Mettle’s wedding broke last week with his wedding invitation being released Thursday on August 6, 2020.
As reported, the white wedding is expected to be held at the Christian Centre Assemblies of God Church located at Community 17 in Tema.
Per the information on the invitation card spotted by YEN.com.gh, the ceremony will start from 11:30 am.
Before the wedding invitation, there was a widespread rumour that Berla Mundi was dating Mettle and the two were preparing to get married.
Mettle, however, was quick to dismiss the rumour but never mentioned the name of the woman he was seeing and getting ready to marry.
Until the wedding invitation came out, no one knew, except perhaps the families of the couple who were aware Mettle was dating Selassie.
Meanwhile, videos from the bridal shower of Salomey Selassie Dzisa has popped up showing her partying with family and friends.
Earlier, a pre-wedding photo of the couple was also published by YEN.com.gh showing how the two look good and are a perfect match for each other.
Many people have wished them well as Ghanaians prepare to share in the gospel musician’s big day.
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