Ghana meets Naija: Kofi and Oyinda’s traditional wedding|#foreverok

It was a Ghanaian- Nigerian affair 🇬🇭 🇳🇬  at the Traditional wedding of Kofi and Oyinda.

Ghana and Nigeria are mostly called ‘sister’ countries because of the beautiful relationship they share. Despite diversities, they are also similar in many ways.

Well, it seems the ties between these countries will continue getting stronger as we keep seeing Ghana-Nigeria weddings.

It’s another fusion of the Ghanaian-Nigerian culture as Kofi and Oyinda got hitched in a flamboyant ceremony in Accra.  Since it was a wedding involving two countries who hold their culture and traditions in high esteem , the union highlighted the beautiful culture of both countries.

Read more:How It Begun Vrs How It’s Going: Hilda and Nanpong’s had their first date even before she was born

The couple looked aesthetic in their Ghanaian Kente outfits. Kofi and Oyinda also looked ravishing  in Aso Oke by@betho.bespoken

Check out stunning pictures from their wedding ceremony. 

 

Bride@oyzayna

Groom@mrkofio

Vendors

Photography @bedgepictures

Event planner@bellefacievents

Aso Oke@betho.bespoke

MUA@dartistebydodos @iamdodos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discover

Sponsor

spot_imgspot_img

Latest

“You will ALWAYS be my favorite part of me”, Banky W and Adesua Etomi adorably dote on each other to commemorate their 4 year...

Banky W and his actress wife, Adesua, are celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary after welcoming their first child, Zaiah, earlier this year.

Amaarae teams up with Kali Ulchis for Sad Girlz Luv Money (Remix)

Amaarae has teamed up with American singer-songwriter Kali Ulchis to Sad Girlz Luv Money (Remix).

Every stylish kid we know in Accra was spotted at the Debonair Afrik Editor’s Fashion Brunch

Debonair Afrik Magazine kicked off the fashion season with its annual ‘The Editor’s Meet Fashion Brunch’ in Accra.

83 patients have recovered from the Corona Virus in Ghana

Eighty-three patients who got infected with the novel Coronavirus in Ghana have recovered according to the Ghana Health Service.

Ghana’s leading ladies in media get their own Glitz Africa cover

The latest issue of Glitz Africa is graced by four of Ghana’s leading women in media; Anita Erskine, Afia Pokua, Nana Aba Anamoah, and Berla Mundi. Female painter Anita-pearl Ankor is...