- Bishop Kakra Baiden and his wife Lady Rev Dr Ewuradwoa Baiden have been married for 27 years
- The leader of the Morning Star Cathedral of Lighthouse Church shared photos taken with his wife on this exciting day
- Countless social media users have been pouring out heartwarming comments over the post
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Renowned Ghanaian bishop, Kakra Baiden the leader of the Morning Star Cathedral, Lighthouse Chapel International in Accra and his wife have marked 27 years in a blissful marriage.
Kakra is an architect by profession and is married to Lady Rev Dr Ewuradwoa Baiden with whom he has four beautiful children.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his verified Facebook handle, the bishop shared adorable photos taken on this day when his wife came to him to say bye-bye before leaving for work.
See the post with photos below:
The photos and heartwarming words got many Ghanaians reacting massively.
Eddie Fabin said:
Happy Anniversary Prophet and your lovely wife. I wish you many more blissful years in marriage
Nana Kwame Nhyira Ofosu's words were:
This is beautiful and lovely...Congratulations to you and our mother. God definitely is here because you are radiating the beauty and glory of our Father who is in Heaven
Rita Safowaa Karikari-Prempeh also indicated that
Congratulations to you both, Rev. and Mrs Baiden. Younger couples like us, admire and follow your good example. We pray that God will continue to fortify this union, even as you pave the way and demonstrate the beauty of Christian marriage. Continue to shine on.
In another report by YEN.com.gh, the acclaimed first daughter of the late former President Jerry John Rawlings, Abigail Rawlings, has made a great scene during the funeral proceedings and has been captured on camera.
In the footage that was made public in a live Facebook video by Pulse Ghana, the 52-year-old lady was seen shouting and seemingly making certain demands.
Her composure was quite hostile, for which reason a number of officials from the Ghana Armed Forces rushed to restrain her before she gets out of hand.
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