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Paapa Korankye Ankrah and his sunshine Jacqueline Hanson.
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The first and only son of Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah, the Apostle General of Royalhouse Chapel, Paapa Korankye Ankrah, got married to his sunshine, Jacqueline Hanson, on Saturday, December 20, 2014 at the Royalhouse Chapel International, Ahenfie.

The couple met during Paapas academic pursuit in the United Kingdom and decided to tie the knot in this season of love.

The ceremony which took place at the Oil Dome, the new church building of Royalhouse Chapel, brought together the generals in the Gospel of Christ.

Pastors and family friends from Royalhouse showed their love in what will go down in history as the wedding of the year.

Bishop Dominic Allotey, Founder and General Overseer of Living Faith International Church in New York, together with his wife Naomi Allotey, and Rev Jannie Ngwale of Conquerors through Christ Ministries in South Africa were present to support and show love to Rev Sam Korankye and his family.

The Chairman of the Pentecostal Council, Apostle Dr Opoku Onyinah, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, Founding Bishop of Lighthouse Chapel International, his wife Adelaide Heward-Mills, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, presiding Bishop of the Perez Chapel International and Mama Christy Doe Tetteh of Solid Rock Chapel graced the occasion with their presence.

After the exchange of vows by the couple, the men of God prayed for them while wishing them the best in their marriage.

The members of the church were not left out as blessings were also said for them by the visiting preachers of the Gospel of Jesus.
Source: Daily Guide

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