- A young couple reported to be deaf and dumb tied the knot in very beautiful white and traditional ceremonies
- One would have mistaken the deaf and dumb couple for just any other couple as they danced gracefully to the tune of the song being played
- Their ceremony was both emotional and beautiful
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Love is said to be one of the most beautiful things to be experienced by those who give and receive it.
In a viral video sighted on Salt 95.9FM, a young couple reported to be deaf and dumb tied the knot in a very beautiful white and traditional ceremony.
Briefly.co.za learnt that one would have mistaken the deaf and dumb couple for just any other couple as they danced gracefully in time to the tune of the song being played.
Surrounded by both family and friends of the bride and groom, they both showed that love indeed has no boundaries.
During the exchange of vows, the bride and the groom exchanged their vows in using sign language.
Their ceremony was both emotional and beautiful.
Awuraabena Ntigyimah Ampadu:
"Indeed love knows no boundaries. Christ be the centre of this marriage."
Lucia Maaluu believes the marriage will last long:
"This marriage will really last longer because they will never hear anything from those home breakers to ruin their marriage, may God bless you both."
"Love feels so beautiful when you're with the right person. Congratulations."
"Love know no bounds. God bless this union."
Irene Rain cried watching the video:
"I cried watching this, that's true love."
Ibrahim Queen Zulfawu prayed to God to give them kids who were not deaf and dumb:
"I'm speechless, may God give them kids which will not be like them."
Donna Davies said this is the most beautiful she has seen all year:
T"his is the most beautiful thing I have seen all year."
In other news, local car manufacturers, Kantanka Automobile, has begun assembling smaller cars for the Ghanaian market.
It is obvious that the automobile company, which formerly focused on assembling pick-up trucks, SUVs, and 4x4 vehicles, have are feeling pressured from VW and Nissan, who have been permitted to set-up assembly plants in Ghana.
In a Facebook post sighted by on Ghana the Black Star of Africa, it is believed that the competition created by the VW and Nissan plants in Ghana would drive innovation.
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