- Former Black Stars goalkeeper Fatawu Dauda has got married in an Islamic wedding
- Dauda who now plays for Legon Cities FC tied the knot with his pretty fiancee Failatu Alhassan
- Photos from the former Ghana number one's wedding have popped up on social media
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Former Black Stars goalkeeper Fatawu Dauda is no more bachelor after getting married in a beautiful Islamic wedding.
Dauda who currently plays for Legon Cities FC in the Ghana Premier League tied the knot with his pretty fiancee Failatu Alhassan.
It is not known exactly when the former Ashanti Gold goalkeeper's wedding came off but it is believed to have happened over the weekend.
Photos from the wedding have popped up on social media showing Dauda and his wife dressed in fine outfits at their ceremony.
Dauda wore a white agbada (boubou) with brown designs (embroidery) in front and his wife matched his outfit with a white dress with similar designs in front.
The two were full of smiles as they posed for the cameras.
In other news, military man Richard Agu's ex-girlfriend Comfort Bliss has spoken after his wedding with Benedicta.
Comfort had threatened to storm Agu's wedding in Obuasi with police to demand money he owes her.
But the first photos from the wedding venue which popped up earlier showed a calm scene with a military presence.
In a video interview, Comfort has revealed that Agu called to plead with her and also promised to pay back the money he owes her. Hence, her decision not to scatter the wedding.
Comfort explained the circumstances under which they broke up among other details.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that YOLO actor Bright James Amenonyoh has got married on Saturday, March 20, 2021.
The actor married his fiancee Christabel in a beautiful wedding. Videos from the wedding showed the newlyweds having on the dancefloor
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Source: Yen Newspaper