Pastor Philip Sarpong, manager of Aseda TV, a sister company to Kessben FM and Kessben TV, tied the knot at the weekend to his long-term sweetheart, Patience Mensah.
The couple exchanged vows on Saturday, 14th March, at the Church of Pentecost, Ahenema Kokoben in Kumasi at a colourful purple and gold-themed event.
The service, which was filled with much joy, singing and dancing saw the very eligible bachelor, who is a pastor and lead organizing member of the Moments of Glory Prayer Army (MOGPA), cross over into married life.
The wedding was officiated by Rev Addo Wontumi Wilberforce of the Church of Pentecost, who gave the couple tips on how to keep their fire burning and their marriage working.
These included adapting to each other, caring for each other, loving each other sacrificially and good cooking (on the part of Patience, the bride).
The event was graced by Rev Osei Bonsu (Rev OB), founder of the worldwide MOGPA prayer and intercession ministry.
Aseda TV is a purely gospel channel, broadcasting 24 hours on satellite TV through almost all types of decoders. More than 70 percent of the content on Aseda is drawn from MOGPA.
The channel is part of the Kessben Media group, which includes Kessben FM, Kessben TV and Aseda TV. They are all part of the Kessben Group of Companies, run by Kumasi businessman Stephen Boateng (popularly known as Kwabena Kesse or “Kessben”).