In a very colourful ceremony, Apostle Daniel Tetteh Abbey, Head Pastor of Nazareth Revival Ministry International (House of Solution) tied the knot with Ruby Quartey on Saturday.
On Friday, 29th September, the couple did their engagement and went further to register their marriage ahead of the wedding ceremony on Saturday.
The highly attended wedding ceremony at the GNAT Hall, Nungua in Accra brought together dignitaries and other well-wishers.
The dignitaries include Rev Abraham Lamptey, Prophet Alex Honestt Abbey, Apostle Michael Tetteh, Apostle Laryea and Bishop James Annang bi Annang among others.
Rev Abraham Lamptey advised the newly wedded couple to love and respect each other. He said that instead of washing their dirty linen in public and telling outsiders their marital challenges, they should rather communicate well and solve their problems amicably as one people.
Ruby’s uncle who stood in as her father, Chief Inspector Johnson Tawiah Annang, the In-Charge of Kouttam Police Station speaking after the ceremony said that he is very excited for his niece because it is every father’s joy to see his daughter happily married to the man of her heart.
“No father would be happy to give his daughter to an irresponsible groom so handing my niece to a responsible man of God comes with great joy. I wish them a very successful union,” the Police Chief Inspector said.
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