Most celebrities in Ghana struggle to find real love, and this is especially true in the entertainment industry. However, when Medikal lost her heart, the Ghanaian musical talent Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, better known on stage as Sister Deborah, seemed to have discovered real love with another man. It was the musician's intention from the beginning to keep her connection hidden from the public view.
As seen by her posting pictures of their romantic moments on social media, Sister Deborah appears to be head over heels in love with this gentleman. By looking closely at the screenshots of Sister Deborah's new partner from the video in this post, you can tell that she is giving him a nice treatment.
It was captured on camera that the gentleman's legs were resting on Sister Derby's lap while she was observed cleaning his nails for him. Because the gentleman appeared to be so calm, it appears that the musician is performing with passion and attention. The gentleman's facial expression demonstrates that he is sincerely appreciative of the exceptional treatment he is receiving from Sister Deborah. According on the appearance, this appears to be a queen offering special care to a king.
Some Ghanaians, upon viewing this film, expressed their belief that, when you find the perfect spouse, love may be very beautiful. Moreover, Sister Deborah's love story encourages them to believe that, no matter what occurs in their relationship, God has prepared a man who will love them just as they deserve...
See some of the reactions from Ghanaians below:
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