Evelyn Adobea Addo popularly known as Nina from the 'Home Sweet Home' tv series is finally off the market if spinsters. Evelyn rose to fame at a very young age when she was starred in the popular tv series 'Home Sweet Home' that was aired every Friday evening on Gtv around 2004. It was always a delight to watch 'Nina' display her smart, intelligent and sometimes troublesome character in the movie series. She also featured in the movie 'Run baby Run'. She later went off the screens for about a decade to focus on her education.
She showed up on our screens once again in 2016 in the movie series 'Cocoa Brown' produced by Deloris Frimpong Manso which featured other actresses like Ahuofe Patri, Moesha Budoung and many others.
On Monday, 9th August 2021, it was reported that the actress is married but it wasn't confirmed. Later that day, she posted some snippets of the ceremony on her IG story without any caption. In the early hours of Tuesday, 10th August 2021, the actress posted a picture of herself and her husband where they were clad in beautiful kente fabrics and a ring on her ring finger with the caption "MY GOD YOU HAVE DONE ME WELL".
The post was to formally confirm the rumours. The traditional marriage ceremony took place on Wednesday August 4th 2021 at a coded location. God bless her Union.
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