Organizers of the Happy FM Mass Wedding say all is set for the event this weekend. In an interview on Brunch In The Citi with Osei Kwame, the head of communications at Global Media Alliance – Naomi Nelson, revealed that this year’s event will be the biggest yet.
The event, which comes off at the Accra International Conference Center on Saturday Feb 14, will see the likes of Afriyie, Tagoe Sisters, King Ayisoba and the Dansoman Youth Choir performing.
As part of the activities leading to the 2015 Happy FM Valentine Mass Wedding, the couples of this year’s event were treated to a fun-packed day at the Lloyds Beach Resort where the grooms participated in a cooking contest to exhibit their prowess in the kitchen.
At the event, which was sponsored by Nestlé’s Maggi, the grooms displayed their culinary skills in the presence of their would-be wives, officials of Happy FM and past couples of the Valentine Mass Wedding.
General Manager for Happy FM, Mr. Emmanuel Akrumah explained, “We know how stressful and nerve-racking getting ready for a wedding can be, so we always try engage the couples with all kinds of fun activities that will take their minds off the stresses of the event and keep them relaxed and entertained”.
He went on to say, “Past experiences have also shown us that these activities go a long way to promote camaraderie amongst the couples. In so doing, not only do they acquire new families through the Mass Wedding, but they also walk away with new friends and amazing experiences which stay with them for life”.
Come Saturday 14th February, the much awaited annual Happy FM Valentine Mass Wedding will see another 30 couples enjoy an all-expense paid wedding at the Accra International Conference Centre.
During this last week before the wedding however, the couples will take part in several activities including tours to the sponsoring companies, visits to the Registrar General’s office and Movie Nights. They will also go through grooming sessions which include hair, nail and spa treatments, in preparation for the ‘big day’.
By: Kojo Akoto Boateng/Citifmonline.com/Ghana