Why I Love You - Pretty lady screams for joy as she gets b'day surprise of her life in video

Why I Love You - Pretty lady screams for joy as she gets b'day surprise of her life in video

- A young lady has received the surprise of her life as she marks her birthday

- The lady's special day had a touch of romance with a performance of Why I Love You by a saxophonist

- A video online shows the lady flabbergasted and overwhelmed with great joy

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At a time when many are still struggling to cope with the impact of the global pandemic, a young lady has someone who truly loves and cares about her happiness.

The young lady, who recently turned a new age was left flabbergasted when her partner threw a birthday party for her.

In the heartwarming video making the rounds on social media, several friends of the lady joined her to celebrate her birthday.

Why I Love You - Pretty lady screams for joy as she gets b'day surprise of her life in video
Why I Love You - Pretty lady screams for joy as she gets b'day surprise of her life in video. Image: ekowjoe
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The opening scene of the video shows a saxophonist beautifully performing Why I Love You by Grammy-nominated American soul singer, Major Johnson Finley.

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As the saxophonist ascends with his romantic performance, evoking a catharsis of mixed emotions, the lady is left overcome with an intense feeling of great joy, jumping across the room where the surprise party was being held.

Her friends who joined to celebrate her momentous day cheered her with positive vibes and gestures.

Watch the video below.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young Ghanaian man, David Dei Awuku, who met his wife Nana Adjoa Hagan Dei on campus at Ashesi University, has disclosed how their love story began.

Recounting the journey of their relationship, David Dei Awuku, revealed he and his wife met on the first day of school.

''We met on the first day of school, she was the first person to arrive at English Bootcamp, a pre-college preparatory program to help bring us up-to-speed with Ashesi’s curriculum. This was in 2009.''

In other news, a senior clinical engineer at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), Emmanuel Wireko-Brobby, has invented a sandal crutch to aid the mobility of persons with disabilities.

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Wireko-Brobby's innovation will provide a great support system for persons with mobility impediments.

The Ghanaian engineer disclosed that he was inspired to invent the leg crutch after observing the distress persons with disabilities go through.

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