- A video of Wendy Shay getting married in a private ceremony has popped up online
- The singer was seen in a beautiful wedding gown as she sat at what looked like her wedding's reception
- There was no prior notice or hint of the wedding until the first visuals popped up
Award-winning Ghanaian singer, Wendy Addo, known popularly as Wendy Shay, has been seen in a new video getting married in what looked like a private ceremony.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh showed the singer seated with the groom at what looked like their wedding reception.
In the video, one of Ghana's popular Master of Ceremonies, MC Too Cute was seen handling what looked like a wedding reception.
It is yet to be ascertained if the video is actually a real wedding or culled out of a video shoot of the singer who is known to mostly spring surprises on her fans.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian singer Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-Plus, has called on John Mahama to listen to his advisors and concede defeat to President Akufo-Addo.
A-Plus called on the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress in the just-ended presidential election to congratulate President Akufo-Addo for winning the polls.
According to A-Plus, this would be a huge boost for the future political plans of the former president.
A-Plus’s post on Facebook read: “Dear JDM, Those who care about you and your political future are those who will advise you to accept the results irrespective of what may have happened, call Nana Akufo Addo and congratulate him, take a retrospective break and make a decision for tomorrow. Those who give you such advice are the people you need around you right now; they are the ones you should be listening to at this moment. It may help you in the near future. This is just a suggestion though. You know better. I wish you all the best.”
A-Plus called on Mahama to congratulate the president-elect and take a break for his own good and that of others.
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