- Wedding photos and a video of an old man and his bride have been trending online
- It turns out the man is 106 years old while his wife is 35 years old
- This was revealed by the man's son in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh
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A newly married Ghanaian couple has gone viral on social media after images of their wedding popped up online.
The photos and video show an aged-looking groom and his very young bride at their traditional wedding.
In the video, the groom and bride are seen dressed in beautiful kente and dancing to Wendy Shay's Akokora Gangster.
With their hands locked together, the new couple was surrounded by a group of other people.
A report YEN.com.gh sighted on Adom TV indicate the marriage ceremony happened at Maafo-Akwaboakrom in the Western region
According to Gyan Formula, a man who is said to be the son of the groom, his father is 106 years while the bride is 35 years old.
Gyan indicated that the two have been together for about 12 years and have four children with the eldest being 11 years old.
Gyan revealed that his father works as a cocoa farmer and herbalist and he is still very strong.
Explaining why the father is marrying at this age, the man stated that 106-year-old has been worried about the fact that he will pass on without marrying the lady and would be asked by God.
On their relationship with their father's wife, Gyan who is 41 years old stated that he and his other siblings have taken her as their mother.
According to him, their mother passed away in 1999 and they have accepted the young lady since their father likes her and he is happy with her.
In other news, Afia and Mzbel, who were formerly best friends, have been fighting lately.
Schwar has claimed that Mzbel once begged her to sleep with Kofi Amoabeng, Mzbel’s former boyfriend, and the CEO of the defunct UT Bank.
Mzbel has also exposed Afia on why she borrowed money to marry her former husband Lawrence Abrokwa.
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