Rose Akua Attaa Mensah, also known as Kyeiwaa, is a Ghanaian professional actress who has made significant contributions to the film industry. She is best known for her appearance in the film Kyeiwaa.
Rose Mensah's wedding became the talk of the town. Her wedding to her new husband, Michael Kissi Asare, was scheduled to take place in March.
The pandemic, on the other hand, derailed the plans. The wedding has been rescheduled for July 25, 2020 as a result.
There is a typical wedding before the all-glitzy wedding ceremony, as is customary in Ghanaian weddings. The traditional wedding was held on the Friday before the glamorous wedding date.
Photos from Kyeiwaa's traditional wedding, which took place on July 24, 2020, have arrived, showing Kyeiwaa and her husband dressed in beautiful African print cloths. Zion Felix, a well-known Ghanaian blogger, posted the images. Once again, congratulations to Kyeiwaa on reaching another life milestone.
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