Odo Nsor: Man marries schoolmate; story of their beautiful love life told in photos
- The couple has gone viral after beautiful photos capturing the evolution of their love life surfaced
- Their relationship began while they were schoolmates, sharing each other's momentous days at different universities
- Many have commented on social media after their photo collage emerged online
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A couple has gone viral after heartwarming photos capturing the evolution of their love life emerged on social media.
The couple, whose names are yet to be known, was pictured in different shots, highlighting the journey of their relationship, which seems to have begun in senior high school.
The duo shared in each other's momentous days, including their graduation ceremonies at different universities.
With bright smiles and staring into each other's eyes, they posed for a photograph during their white nuptials.
The bride appeared in the photos donning a sleeveless white gown styled with kente, while the groom rocked a white suit and black trousers to complement his wife's looks.
Their frames have collected sweet comments from social media users, with many wishing them well in their journey.
Kimberly Martin commented:
So beautiful. Blessings and best wishes for the future
Delores Milhouse said:
''You two are so cute Amen Good luck Congratulations enjoy your life GOD Bless You Somethings are just Meant to be Many More Years of happiness.''
Earlene-Deloatch Pelzer said:
''Beautiful accomplishment for you both. Congratulations.''
''Absolutely beautiful and blessed couple,'' Michelle BlackQueen Hatton said.
Terry James indicated:
''In each picture][ their skin got even more gorgeous!! Congratulations .''
Aretha Green mentioned:
''Congratulations to you both. You have done well.''
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported a 54-year-old Ghanaian woman, Augustina Addo Frimpong, has made a striking gender statement with her laudable achievement in the country's male-dominated transport industry.
Frimpong's quest for the profession started at age 13 when she was only a student bus conductor.
As the only female driver at Metro Mass Transit introduced into Ghana in 2016, Frimpong recalled her journey to becoming one of the country's few female drivers.
In other news, UK-based Ghanaian creatives, Paapa Essiedu and Michaela Ewuraba Boakye Coel have been shortlisted for the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, slated for September 19, 2021.
The two young creatives have made history as the first-ever Ghanaians to be nominated for the international award.
British actor of Ghanaian descent, Paapa Essiedu, known for his work in theatre, film and television, and his most recent feature in the 2020 television series, I May Destroy You, made the list of nominees for the Outstanding Supporting Actor Award.
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