- Fisheries Minister Hawa Koomson's son, Ato Koomson, has got married in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony
- Ato Koomson tied the knot with his pretty girlfriend Jasmine Akortus on Friday, December 31, 2021
- Photos from the colourful traditional wedding have emerged online showing fine scenes at the venue
- Ato and Jasmine are expected to finalise their marriage with a white wedding on Saturday, January 8, 2022
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It was all excitement for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development Minister Mavis Hawa Koomson and her family over the weekend.
The minister's son, Ato Koomson married the love of his life on new year’s eve in a colorful and traditional wedding.
Ato Koomson married his sweetheart, Jasmine Akortus, in a lovely ceremony that was attended by a few selected people.
According to Fuseini Salifu Kasoa Zongo who shared photos from the ceremony on Facebook, the ceremony took place on Friday, December 31.
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He added that the couple will hold a white wedding ceremony to complete their marriage. The white wedding is expected to come off on Saturday, January 8, 2022.
The photos from the wedding show a lovely mix of kente fabric and wedding settings.
Congratulations to Ato and Jasmine.
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In other wedding news, a colourful wedding ceremony involving beautiful Ghanaian twin sisters and two different men recently happened.
The twins got married to their respective heartthrobs on the same day at one big marriage ceremony.
Videos from the kente-themed wedding which was followed up by a grand reception have popped up on social media.
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported that the founder of Fotogbey, Eugene Affum, and his fiancée are set to marry on Friday, December 24.
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The pair are members of a group Affum created on WhatsApp, which was said to have witnessed four marriages for its members in four years.
Beautiful pre-wedding photos of the Affum and his sweetheart have garnered tons of reactions on social media as many hailed their union.
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