The Member of the New Patriotic Party and a Member of Parliament for Manhyia South Constituency in the Ashanti Region, Dr. Mathew Opoku Prempeh has expressed his happiness for a wedding he attended yesterday.
He took to social media and shared photos of the couple of Mr. Emmanuel Akwasi Aboagye and Lois Twum Barima at the our lady of Holy Rosary Catholic church KNUST in Kumasi. It was all of joy and happiness at the wedding ceremony, starting from wearing the engagement rings, wedding dresses and the best wedding ideas and advice on vogue.
According to the current Minister for Energy, Mr Aboagye has been his longtime loyal friend and they share so many fond memories. I am happy for the new couple and I pray for a successful marriage filled with joy, peace, children, sound health and abundance of wealth.
The post of the prominent politician has gathered some comments from his followers, congratulated the couple for successful marriage. According to report, the members who attended the wedding observed the COVID-19 mandatory protocols to prevent the spread.
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