Adwoa Safo: More beautiful photos from minister's wedding
Daniel Quartey|Aug. 05, 2019
- Adwoa Safo has finally married her handsome man in a colourful ceremony
- The ceremony which was well attended came off on Sunday August 4, 2019
- Beautiful photos from the ceremony have emerged
Ghana’s Minister of State in charge of Public Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo is officially off the market.
On Sunday, August 4, 2019, the lawmaker got married to her charming man identified as Hanny Moutsiseb.
Per report gathered by YEN.com.gh, Adwoa Safo and Hanny have managed to keep their relationship away from the media.
Now they are husband as wife as beautiful photos from the ceremony have emerged.
According to reports, Adwoa Safo and Hanny held their traditional wedding on Saturday, August 3, 2019.
The newly married couple were captured full of excitement and elegance in regal Kente styled apparels amid cheers from family and loved ones while they exchanged rings to seal their marriage.
The remarkable Member of Parliament looked like a true African queen in the beautiful photos which have since gone viral on social media.
Some notable Ghanaians including musician and political activist Kwame A Plus and Mulitimedia Editor at Adom, Afia Pokuaa, took to their social media handles to congratulate the newly married couple.
Meanwhile, Kennedy Agyapong has swerved social media users who were waiting to hear his voice regarding Adwoa Safo’s wedding.
Many have wondered why the father of Adwoa Safo's two kids, has not yet responded to the news of her marriage.
Have national and human interest issues to discuss? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome.Get interactive via our Facebook page.
NASA Announces Two Media Briefings on Latest Solar MissionIndia: Delhi court convicts Brajesh Thakur in Muzaffarpur shelter assault caseRelief as rain falls over Australian bushfireWhat does leadership mean in an age of perpetual change?New Delhi Planning to Open Peace Negotiations With Hardline Bodo Insurgent Group