In this world, you must always know your level and play by that. Some people were born with silver spoons in their mouths whiles others were just born with only hope, luck and/or chance. However, one thing is clear, people play according to their standards. For instance, children living in rich residential areas will play with other rich children. Therefore, they will attend good schools, join clubs, and eventually marry when they have that mutual affection.
That is why there is no surprise why the President’s daughter Edwina Nana Dokua Akuffo-Addo ties the knot with GIHOC boss, Maxwell Kofi Jumah. The simple traditional wedding even happened at the villa of the Flagstaff House- the home of Ghana. This is true elegance and honour. The President was seen in a simple casual white dress. The same simple pretty apparel was adorned by the second lady of Ghana, Mrs Rebecca Akuffo-Addo.
They made merry and danced off on Saturday, October 09, 2021. Indeed, the rich marry the rich. They exhibit less extravagant things. Simple and classy. They didn’t invite a legion of people. They made it simple and family-based. Congratulations to the couple.
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