- The military officer showed up at his girlfriend's workplace unannounced to pull a surprise on her
- He was captured on camera as he went down on his knees to propose marriage with a ring
- Overcome with emotions, his girlfriend accepts to be his wife, offering her hand for the ring
- The loved-up duo hugged as their friends celebrated their joyful moment with them
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Love is beautiful when you find the right person, and a military officer recently stormed his girlfriend's workplace to propose marriage to her.
While in his official working attire, his friend drove him to his girlfriend's workplace where she sold electronics.
In the clip sighted on social media, the military officer walks into the showroom to surprise his girlfriend whilst she was engaging another military officer who happened to have planned the unexpected proposal with her boyfriend.
The man was captured on camera as he went down on his knees to propose marriage to his girlfriend with the stunning ring.
Overwhelmed with emotions, the lady moved in circles and finally offered her hand for the ring.
The romantic duo hugged as their friends celebrated their loved-up moment with them amid mixed emotions.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported Mabel Alukbadek has landed a job as an IT End User Support Officer at the head office of Fidelity Bank.
Three years ago, the young determined woman moved from Sandema in the Upper East Region to Kumasi and later to Accra to seek greener pastures and further her education.
Alukbadek had always wanted to realise her childhood dream of becoming a military officer but had to study a programme in Systems Engineering at Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Co (IPMC) to enable her to pursue that dream.
A young man with the Twitter name, PBlue00, has finally earned his law degree in a separate story.
In a post on his Twitter page, he expressed that he was delighted to have achieved his goals despite the challenges he encountered.
''Dear family, I’m happy to say I’m a law school graduate! The journey wasn’t easy,'' he said.
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