Gospel Musician Bliss, Fiance Wiseborn Tie Traditional Knot In Ghana

Moses Bliss, a Nigerian gospel musician, and his Ghanaian fiancé, Marie Wiseborn, on Thursday had their traditional marriage with the hashtags #Foreverbliss #MMBliss24 #Foreverbliss24. The traditional wedding ceremony, acclaimed to be a fusion of Nigerian and Ghanaian cultures held at the Underbridge, East Legon, in Ghana.

The wedding incorporated cultures from both Nigerian and Ghanaian, including the Ghanaian “knocking” ceremony, where the groom’s family formally requests the bride’s hand in marriage. It was a celebration that knitted together the rich blend of Nigerian and Ghanaian traditions, as the ceremony was thronged with the vibrant shades of traditional Ghanaian attire and Southern Nigerian outfits.

The couple’s attire and that of their families was a harmonious blend of Ghana’s colourful ‘kente cloth’ and Nigeria’s regal ‘aso-oke’ fabric and George material. Highpoint of the ceremony was the grand entrance of the bride in the popular ‘Adowa Dance’ with her bridesmaids, alongside other traditional dancers.

The couple who announced their engagement earlier this year, had their civil wedding in Abuja, on February 27. The singer’s bride, Marie Agyare-Wiseborn, is a UK-based Lawyer and a pastor’s daughter.

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