- Kofi Oppong Owusu and Grace Adwoa Owusu are a married Ghanaian couple who run their own business, called Aperto Windows
- The couple met when they were in the same class at the University of Ghana and got married the same year they graduated from school
- Their business, Aperto Windows, now has employees and great plans for the future
Mr Kofi Oppong Owusu and his beautiful wife Mrs Gracy Adwoa Owusu are young graduates from the University of Ghana who now run their own business called Aperto Windows.
In an exclusive interview, Kofi revealed that his wife was his coursemate whom he encountered when they were both students.
The two, who also attended the same church, drew close to each other over time and decided to settle down as a married couple soon after they finished university.
Kofi and Adwoa graduated with Bachelor's degrees in Business Administration in May 2019, started their business together in July and got married in September.
According to Kofi, the journey to starting the business was a great risk he decided to take with his partner as he was not financially strong at the time and actually got the startup capital from his missus.
Currently, Kofi and Adwoa run Aperto Windows with about five employees and are able to serve dozens of firms and individual clients every month.
When asked how they are able to manage both their home and business as a couple, the handsome young man indicated that vision drives them to focus on whatever they need to get done together.
Aperto Windows is into door blinds and lights with amazing prospects for the future.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier published that George Bannerman, a popular master of ceremonies (MC), finally got married to his long time girlfriend whom he dated for 13 years.
Photos and videos from the marriage ceremony that took place on August 1 were shared on the Instagram and Twitter pages of the excited groom. In one of the videos, George presents a new Honda CRV to his beloved wife for sticking with him through thick and thin for more than a decade.
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