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Samuel Owoahene Addai Acheampong

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Samuel Owoahene Addai Acheampong
Information gathered by News Ghana
indicates that, a marriage ceremony between Samuel Owoahene Addai Acheampong and Miss Pricilla Adwoa Kissi, which is scheduled for 28th April, 2019, is dangling amid family disapproval.

According to our source, the Ghanaian Journalist, Samuel Owoahene Addai Acheampong who is well known in the media fraternity as Owoahene Addai Munukum, attended the world Editors summit on environment in Hague in the
Netherlands in 2018, after which he proceeded to Germany to pursue his education.

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Owoahene in Germany

So, Owoahene met Miss Pricilla Adwoa Kissi, a business woman based in Germany, while pursuing his education and professed love to her and she agreed. Our source says, the two lovers have gone out for sometime now and has finally decided to take the relationship to the next level by tying the knot on Sunday April 28th, 2019.

However, News Ghana’s source expatiated that, the family and friends of Pricilla Adwoa Kissi are strongly kicking against the marriage, because they think the Ghanaian Journalist is not financially strong enough to marry her.

Meanwhile, our background checks on the Ghanaian Journalist proved that, he has worked as a Journalist from the bottom as a reporter, rising to an Editor through to General Manager. For the seventeen years he has worked as a Journalist, he has chalked many success including two awards.

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Owoahene, while practicing as a Journalist in Ghana.

That not withstanding, he is independently footing all his education and other expenses, therefore, he is financially sound enough to marry Mss. Pricilla Kissi.
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Owoshene’s Benz.

Meanwhile, Owoahene fell out in a relationship with his American base lady called Yvonne Boateng in 2015 after he had gone through four unsuccessful surgeries at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi, Ghana.

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