Beautiful couple gets married after sixteen days of friendship
You don't need more days, weeks, months, and years if she makes you feel happy and lively, said Wright Koduah, the groom who couldn't wait longer to wed his bride after just sixteen days of friendship. Wright met Beatrice when he went for a funeral celebration in Akropong last two weeks, the 30 of May 2021. Wright was walking with few members of his friends when he spotted Beatrice cooking breakfast.
Beatrice was a maid serving at the funeral when Wright met her. Their eyes crashed when Beatrice raised her head from the cooking pot to fetch plastics to serve her food for the guest. Beatrice never bothered and went back to her cooking duties, but Wright had held on to his position and never moved until Beatrice raised her head the second time.
Wright threw her a signal to come but Beatrice never bothered again and went on to serve her guest their food. Unfortunately for Beatrice, Wright was among the guest she was to serve but never knew until Wright's best friend Evans, shouted for him to join them at the breakfast table.
Wright instead of joining the guest at the breakfast table took his porridge and went and sit with Beatrice by the fireside, where she was still preparing food for the other guest. Wright found love right there, and through Evans, he was able to secure Beatrice's number before leaving back to Dansoman on the following day, Monday 31 May.
Beatrice and Wright started talking over phones and the two couldn't wait longer when Wright voiced out he wanted to marry her on 6 June. Beatrice thought she was dreaming until Wright gave her a promise ring on 9 June 2021. Beatrice and Wright Koduah after just sixteen days of been friends, tied the knot yesterday at Christ the King Chapel at Dansoman in Accra.
The two were blessed by the officiating pastor, Rev Peter Agyabeng who used their story to encourage others to fight for their women and marry them instead of long years in courtship. When Abraham met Sarah, he didn't wait for eight years or more year's before going to marry her, and that is the beauty of marriage. Wed the women if your soul connects with them, not three thousand years of testing and changing oils, the pastor joked before blessing the two.
Beatrice and Wright are still on their honey moons at a safe place in the Volta region enjoying their young marriage. From all of us, we wish them well.
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