In a Facebook post, a former unsuccessful NDC presidential candidate and former CEO of NHIS, Mr. Sylvester Mensah has shared beautiful pictures of his son's wedding at the Perez Dome. The marriage which was officiated by the renowned Bishop Agyinasare and attended by few of the top hierarchy of the party was a beauty to behold, as he tied the knot, ably supported by his parents.
In the post, Sylvester A. Mensah wrote that "He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour from the Lord."— Proverbs 18:22. Selasie, our first son, found a wife and tied the knot with her, over the weekend, at Perez Chapel International. We are pleased to welcome Mrs. Akua Mensah to the Mensah family.
May God bless and be with you on this new life’s journey, Selasie and Akua! Special thanks to all comrades and friends who came to support us. Cheers!"
Selassie Mensah, happens to be the first son of former CEO of the National Health Insurance (NHIA), and it is already public knowledge that, Mr. Sylvester Mensah is a member of the Perez Chapel, where he serves on various committees and is on the Board of the church's Perez University, based at Winneba. He is also a well respected financier of several of the church's projects and remains a personal associate of the Bishop, one he recognizes as his spiritual father.
Selasie Mensah got married to the lady only known as Akua over the weekend at the Perez Chapel International in Accra.
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