Ghanaian lesbians tie the knot in Canada
Two Ghanaian lesbians have finally been joined as husband and wife in Canada in the presence of their family, friends, and well-wishers from Canada and Ghana.
The two, Diana and Teresa were are told decided to tied the knot in Canada because the law of Ghana frowns against same-sex marriage hence their decision to wed in a foreign country where sex-same marriage is allowed.
The couples expressed their happiness after been finally joined together. Their wedding was not too loud and was limited to a few trusted family and friends.
Even though their wedding was private, some pictures taken at the wedding has already gone viral on social media.
Previously, an Alumnus of Motown (91 Year Group), Stephen Anertey Caesar, also tied the knot with his male partner, Ryan Lathrum, at Sonoma Valley in America.
Where One of the guests at the wedding stated, “The only school that has produced presidents not only in Ghana but in Zimbabwe, in The Gambia and so we support Stephen by singing our school’s song.”