- Cindy Ofori Sarpong, the daughter of Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong of Special Ice fame has got married
- Cindy got married to her fiance, Richard Peprah, in a traditional wedding on Thursday, October 8, 2020
- A video has popped up showing the load of dowry items Richard Peprah presented to Cindy's family
- A number of Ghanaians have been reacting to the video since it popped up
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Cindy Ofori Sarpong, one of the daughters Special Ice owner, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong, has got social media buzzing.
This follows her lavish traditional wedding with her fiance, Richard Peprah, on Thursday, October 8, 2020.
Following the wedding of Cindy and Richard which has been dubbed #CIRI2020, many photos and videos have been circulating on social media.
One video which has got a lot of attention on social media happens to be the one showing the dowry items Richard presented for Cindy's hand in marriage.
The video as sighted by YEN.com.gh shows loads of items neatly arranged and packed in boxes. Some maidens are seen carrying the items and placing them on the floor.
An announcer is then heard listing some of the items including drinks and other things which were in the dowry items.
From the video, the massive dowry items are very loaded and could easily fill the back of a pick-up or truck.
The video of Cindy's dowry items has stirred lot of reactions among social media. While many have been impressed, others have described it as too much.
barimabagh likened the wedding to the Odwira festival: "Eeeeeeeiiiiii Awuradi, hw3 traditional wedding na as3 odwira afahy3 saa nu."
veronicaesiankoh asked: "Who said money is not sweet? Traditional mpo nie God pls bless everyone."
efya_shuggar funnily said: "Eiiii awurade, sika y3 oo. Some guys will run away if the bride price is plenty. Money stops nonsense."
But selasicharlly was not impressed: "What kuraa is going on in this country that we have less privilege ones out there who can’t even get a 2square meal a day to survive on. Instead of the rich ones helping such people, they go about wasting cash on unnecessary things aaaarrrh abbba is becoming something else."
Meanwhile, Lil Win, McBrown, Becca, and Emelia Brobbey stole the show at the wedding with their dance moves.
The four hit the dancefloor when Akwaboah came up on stage to perform one of his latest songs, Posti Me.
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