- A preacher has called his wife exquisitely enchanting after revealing she has five kids but still looks 22 in pictures
- According to the preacher, named Dr Michael Boadi Nyamekye, his wife is a blessing not only for her beauty but humility and love as well
- People who were bedazzled by Mrs Nyamekye's beauty and character let out their heartwarming reactions
Dr Michael Boadi Nyamekye, a Ghanaian preacher, college professor, and business consultant has showered dumbfounding praises on his wife who still looks 22 after birthing five children.
In a post by Dr Nyamekye to mark the birthday of his beloved wife, he revealed that his wife is such a great blessing to him not just because of her flawless beauty.
According to the doctor, Mrs Nyamekye is extremely humble, loving and enchanting in addition to her physical beauty.
"When you smile, the whole world stops and stares for a while because you are amazing just the way you are! You are classy and humble, beautiful and loving...exquisitely enchanting!" he said.
See the post below:
Below are some comments rained down by Ghanaians who were bedazzled by Mrs Nyamekye's beauty
Melissa Osarobo Ogiegbaen
She is indeed beautiful and stunning after 5 kids. You are highly blessed. Happy birthday
Happy birthday to you beautiful spirit field woman of God, may your new age brings you more grace and oil over your life.
Precious Hall Baidoo
After five kids. Wow you are soo beautiful woman of God. Happy birthday Mrs. Wishing u all the best in life
While on the subject of love and marriage, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kwesta took to social media to wish his wife Yolanda and his daughter Khai a happy birthday. The two special ladies in the rapper's life share a birthday. Yolanda is turning 30 while her daughter is turning 8 years old today, 13 October.
The Ngud' hitmaker shared stunning pictures of Yolanda and Khai on Instagram and wrote a very poetic birthday post to both of them. The star wrote:
"The bedroom is the studio and @khai.vilakazi is our first single, a monster of a song made to outlive us. We’ve been collaborating for 10 years now and not a day went by that you weren’t fighting for our master rights."
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