An man, recognized as Theophilus Amoako, astonished numerous on Friday, April 2, when he obstructed traffic on the bustling Oda Road to propose to his better half.
In a video shared by Adom TV, the heartfelt man could be seen conversing with his sweetheart.
Theophilus, at that point went down on his knees and popped the central issue requesting the woman's hand in wedded.
The lady was gotten unsuspecting was overpowered by bliss by the man's demonstration. After faltering, she ultimately said yes to her man, who put a ring on her finger as their companions go along with them in praising the affectionate.
His proposition, which became a web sensation, saw numerous netizens acclaim the man for his hopeful motion.
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