Months ahead of his rumoured wedding, Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei was last Saturday caught in a wedding mood as a best man for another groom.
This was at a wedding of Paa Kwasi Yeboah and Janet Sakyi-Obiri who reports say are very good friends of the actor. The wedding ceremony was organized at the Royal House Chapel in Accra, where David also fellowships. He was made the best man for various reasons apart from being friend of the couple and a member of the church.
The wedding ceremony, which attracted a number of family and friends of the couple, as well as a few screen faces, started about 11am on Saturday morning after a slight downpour.
The bride and groom looked so radiant, pretty and happy while they walked down the aisle with their best man and maid of honour who also looked awesome in their clothes.
Officiating minister Rev. Jonny Apeakorang took the couple through an interesting exchange of vows and rings wearing. When it was time for Paa Kwasi to kiss his wife, the exciting part of the wedding, everybody was waiting. The officiating pastor told him the lady was his property and could touch everywhere he wanted. However at the church, he would control what they were about to do. So he asked him to kiss her, until he (pastor) asked him to stop.
The whole auditorium, at this point, was filled with a lot of cheering and excitement as Paa Kwasi engaged his wife in deep kissing until he was ordered to stop. David gave his friend moral support as every minute, he cleaned sweat from his face.
The couple also took a Holy Communion to cement their holiness, after their marriage was blessed with prayers. Subsequently, they signed their marriage certificate.
The wedding ceremony, which ended around 2pm, was climaxed with photographs and a reception at the premises of the church.
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