The rapid spread of the coronavirus in the United States of America has affected the upcoming wedding of Kumawood actress, Rose Mensah.
Kyeiwaa, as she is popularly called, has cancelled her wedding to conform to the social distancing advisory – aimed at controlling the spread of the pandemic.
The wedding was expected to take place on March 21, after a bridal shower was held.
The actress’ wedding planner in a video said that “government has announced that we cannot have a gathering of more than 25 people, therefore, we have postponed it until further notice.”
Kyeiwaa is looking forward to setting a new date after the virus is controlled and the lockdown lifted, the planner added.
However, the actress has already secured documentations to be the wife of Michael Kissi Asare.
Meanwhile, all 50 states in the USA have been hit by coronavirus.
There have so far been 108 deaths in the US from coronavirus and more than 6,300 confirmed cases nationwide.
- Social media reacts to KT Hammond’s criticism of youth who hooted at Akufo-Addo
- Footage for Akufo-Addo’s tourism video was acquired legitimately from an agency – GTA on Kirani Ayat’s theft claims
- “We shall also be blessed with Ghana Miracle” – Finance Minister speaks on economy recovery
- Finance Minister to announce 5-member committee as part of moves to protect financial system
- ‘They were cheering him’ – Okraku-Mantey on Akufo-Addo’s booing at Global Citizen Festival
- Cocoa farmers threaten to ‘smuggle’ product to Ivory Coast if producing price is not increased
- ‘Impugning the motives of Judges is actually undermining integrity of Judiciary’ – Judges and Magistrates Association
- Kirani Ayat responds to the Ghana Tourism Authority over copyright claims
- Sim card re-registration: BoG warns Mobile Money loan defaulters to clear debt – BoG
- Full text: Ken Ofori-Atta’s statement on state of the economy
- Petroleum downstream industry witnesses 41% growth in Ghana – NPA Boss
- GFA suspends AshantiGold SC for dealing with banned club president and son
- Commercial banks support BoG decision to deny Mobile Money loan defaulters access to future credit
- Religious leaders demand a Non-Proliferation Treaty on fossil fuels now
- Trade Ministry reiterates commitment to promoting intra-Africa trade
- Indian Official mocks schoolgirl’s sanitary pad request
- Ghana’s return to capital market may take 3 years – Ofori-Atta
- Today’s front pages: Thursday, September 29, 2022
- ‘Marriage is not about ministry’ – Counselor tells pastors
- Gangsta’s Paradise rapper, Coolio dead at 59
- I support Kirani Ayat’s copyright case against GTA, Tourism Ministry – Sarkodie
- Measures implemented to contain cedi depreciation paying off – Government
- Merqury Republic calls for registration for 2022 Ghana DJ Clinic
- We’ll fast-track IMF negotiations to ensure key aspects of programme is captured in 2023 budget – Ofori-Atta
- KNUST Mastercard Foundation scholars urged to use social media to boost entrepreneurial activities