- Efful-Etteh, a young man in Ghana, was captured fixing DStv for a client on his own wedding day
- In the videos, the man's dedication to his work amazed so many people as they gathered to witness his hardworking act
- The groom was seen fixing the different parts of the gadget as quickly as he could so he could go join his bride at church
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A gentleman in Ghana has been captured in a viral video fixing DStv for one of his customers on his own wedding day.
The eye-popping video was sighted by Briefly.co.za on the personal handle of a lady identified as Yaa Melanin, who was surprised by the incident and decided to share the footage.
In the video, the groom is spotted doing his very best to fix the gadget as quickly as he could while a car was waiting to take him to the church.
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Watch the video below:
It is not known why exactly the gentleman could not wait for his marriage ceremony to be over before attending to his job duty.
In a separate video, individuals who were amazed by the man's dedication to his job gathered to witness the entire event for themselves.
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Watch the second video below:
A photo of the married couple, named Mr and Mrs Efful-Etteh, has also surfaced showing how beautiful the two look together.
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In another interesting report, a gentleman has narrated how a random lady he met casually at a snacks bar took up full residence in his house and is refusing to leave.
In the story on the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the lady insisted on not leaving because she was highly impressed by how the man treated her.
Giving details about the whole story, the man recalls how he met her at a snacks bar where he called her to sit by his side after buying two plates of soup, fried snails and four bottles of beer.
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