- Kumawood actress Mercy Asiedu and her husband Nana Agyemang Duah have celebrated their wedding anniversary
- The couple got married in 2017 making this their fourth wedding anniversary
- The actress took to social media to share a photo and video in celebration
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It has been four years since Kumawood actress Mercy Asiedu and her husband, Nana Agyemang Duah, got married.
The actress and her husband who is the chief of Kunsu in the Ashanti Region got married on April 2, 2017.
To celebrate their wedding anniversary, the actress has taken to social media to share a photo and video.
The photo has Mercy Asiedu and Nana Agyemang Duah twinning in beautiful kente.
Sharing the photo, Mercy Asiedu was full of praise for her husband while adding that their four years together has come quickly.
"Four years have flown by, and I didn’t even realize it♀️. The most wonderful thing I decided to do was to share my life and heart with you. All of these years you’ve heard me nag. But on this day, I’m going to brag.❤
I love you, Nana Agyemang Badu Duah I, for all that you are, all that you have been and, all that you are yet to be.❤. Happy Anniversary to US!!!"
In the video, the two were seen showing off some dance moves at an event.
Sharing the video, Mercy Asiedu indicated that she just could not keep calm about their anniversary because she loves her husband so much.
"I can't keep quiet ooo my people. Somebody should call him and tell him how much I love him. Forget about his dance moves; it can cure COVID."
In other Kumawood news, actress Nana Ama McBrown has released new photos with her husband, Maxwell Mensah.
The photos have McBrown and Maxwell loved-up during a recent baecation.
McBrown shared the photos to wish her fans a happy Easter and Fans have been reacting to the photos since they popped up.
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Source: Yen News