The White Wedding of Moses Bliss

  • During their white wedding in Accra, Moses Bliss seemed emotional as he watched his wife, Marie Wiseborn, go down the aisle. 
  • On Thursday, February 29, the Nigerian gospel artist and his Ghanaian-British husband tied the knot in a magnificent traditional wedding.
  • A fan claimed that Moses Bliss is genuinely in love with his partner after seeing a video of the singer’s serene and contemplative attitude

The White Wedding of Moses Bliss Popular gospel vocalist Moses Bliss from Nigeria and his British-Ghanaian bride, Marie Wiseborn, began their white wedding ceremony in Accra, Ghana.

On Thursday, February 29, the couple wed in a tasteful traditional ceremony that highlighted their blended Ghanaian and Nigerian cultural heritage.

In a traditional Western wedding, Moses Bliss and Marie Wiseborn were tying the knot. The bride wore an exquisite dress with a veil affixed to her hair.

The groom enhanced her appearance with a beautiful, well-cut tuxedo. The two had terrific looks.
Watch the video of Moses Bliss and wife Marie Wiseborn below

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Moses Bliss’s tearful appearance as the bride came down the aisle to exchange vows with him generated online comments. Many fawned over the pair.

@prisc.ymens commented:
God bless your home

@ama_antredu observed:

@kwakyewaa.xx reacted:
I will marry right and marry well, I will also be the right woman for my man.

@amadee53 indicated:

Videos from Nigerian artist Moses Bliss’s wedding showed off his newlywed bride Marie Wiseborn’s amazing dancing moves. In this beautiful video, the graceful woman of God is shown celebrating her big day with joyous body language.

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The fact that she showcased her unique dance moves in the first 12 seconds of the video—which drew the musician to her Instagram direct message—grabbed the attention of many.
Source: Legit