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GNP: Ghanaian Actress Portia Asare Marries A Pastor

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Beautiful Ghanaian actress Portia Asare Boateng is presently cheerfully hitched to a pastor.

Portias dream to wed a God dreading man at last came to past throughout the end of the week as she wholeheartedly said I do to her minister darling.

Portia Asare uncovered recently in a meeting with News One that she needs a God-Fearing man to wed. I’m extremely single and standing by persistently upon the Lord to give me a man who is God-dreading in light of the fact that I have not been lucky with men, Portia said and God has for sure offered an explanation to petitions.

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The exceptionally straightforward and bright wedding service occurred on Saturday December 21 2013 at the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) in Tema Community 5.

The fortunate man who has taken over Portias heart is Rev. John Wilberforce Aidoo who as indicated by Peaccefmonline.com examinations is a Pastor at the Grace Baptist Church and he is likewise a full time Lecturer in one of the tertiary foundations in the capital.

Some realized faces present to help Portia on her unique day included: Television Presenter Amanda Jissih, Actor Peter Richie, Clement Bonney otherwise known as Mr. Lovely, individuals from Women in Creative Arts (WIPA) among other known appearances in the film business.

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She has acted in endless Kumawood motion pictures. Portia last featured in Kwaw Ansahs creation, The Good Old Days Papa Lasisi Good Bicycle, and she assumed the part of Maame Mansa, a mother and spouse of Joe E Mensah and she likewise played wife of Ekow Smith Asante in The Good Old Days-Suffering To Lose additionally coordinated and delivered by the amazing Kwaw Ansah.

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