- The moment Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong walked Cindy down the aisle has finally surfaced in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh
- It was such a priceless instant as the Special Ice CEO was joined by Dr Osei Kwame Despite to escort the beautiful bride
- Even more exciting, was the fact that the 2 renowned Ghanaian CEOs dressed in the exact same outfits and looked like twins
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The video showing the inarguably most cherished moment in wedding ceremonies has finally surfaced regarding the marriage between Cindy Ofori Sarpong and Richard Pepera.
As readers may be aware, the daughter of Ernest Ofori Sarpong, the CEO of Special Ice, gave the hand of his daughter in marriage in what has become one of Ghana's most glamorous weddings in 2020.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of Nkonkonsa, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong beautifully walked his daughter down the aisle to meet her groom, and he was accompanied by Osei Kwame Despite.
Watch the video below:
Clearly, it was such a solemn and adorable moment when everyone looked on peacefully as a beautiful hymn was being played in the background.
Dr Osei Kwame Despite and Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong were both seen in exact same outfits and identical glasses as well.
It would take some convincing for a first-timer to understand that the two are not actually brothers but very close friends with similar life stories.
Meanwhile, Kennedy Osei, the son of renowned Ghanaian businessman, Despite, has flaunted the beautiful ladies in his household as well as those who are close family friends in six different photos.
The absolutely beautiful pictures appear to have been taken after the marriage ceremony between Dr Ofori Sarpong's daughter and a rich gentleman named Richard Pepera.
Dr Sarpong and Despite are very close friends, by which reason his entire family joined the Sarpong's as they gave out the hand of their daughter in marriage.
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