Gifty Anti and fiancé Oyiakehyire Ansah Kwao IV's long awaited wedding ceremony is happening this week outside Accra, we can confirm.
It is believed that the Traditional marriage will prominently display the rich culture of 'Akwamu'. No wonder we hear the security is going to be extremely tight and it will be led by the 'abrafour' (executioners).
Sources close to the family disclosed that the 2015 RTP winner of Development Show Host, Gifty Anti would have loved for everyone to be at the ceremony but unfortunately the ceremony is in the hands of a reputable events organizer.
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We can also confirm that those invited are receiving calls and are given table and seat numbers. Well so there we go, if you don't want to be embarrassed, then don't go near 'there' without the official invite or your table and seat number.
After the announcement on 11th October at the Trinity Baptist Church a lot of well wishers have showed keen interest in going to witness this great occasion but the unfortunate news is the event is strictly by invitation.
Our family source said: 'For someone who's ceremony is keenly followed by the media,Gifty Anti looks calm and collected and very optimistic for a good ceremony come the 15th of October.
Finally our source said, it saddens Gifty's heart that this ceremony will revolve around friends and close relations but she promises to make it up to all well wishers during her Blessing at Trinity Baptist Church on 25th October as announced by Pastor Kingsley Appeagyei, Head Pastor of TBC on 11th October.
Keep your eyes here for post of photos from the much talked about "Royal Wedding".
It seems the blessings started last Saturday 10th October, when Gifty Anti won the RTP Development Show Host of the year and OyiAkehyire Ansah Kwao IV won the RTP Current Affairs Show Host of the year. Obviously a formidable Duo and hopefully a powerful force of a Union.
We wish Dr. Gifty Anti and Oyi Akehyire Ansah Kwao IV, all the best for the day and a successful marriage.
Story: Nana Yaw Wiredu