Happy FM is preparing for its 2016 Annual Valentine Mass Wedding, which would host more than 30 couples at the International Conference Centre in Accra.
The all-expense paid wedding organised by Happy FM, a sports station in Ghana, is a community investment event that seeks to help couples desirous of getting married by taking on the responsibility of organising the event and providing all the necessary resources needed.
A statement issued in Accra by Mrs Naomi Nelson-Barnes, Head of Corporate Communications of Global Media Alliance Broadcast Company, mother company of Happy FM and copied to the GNA said the station would continue to positively affect the lives of Ghanaians through the event and other programmes in the years ahead.
Mrs Nelson-Barnes said: “‘For 10 years this event has brought together countless households and touched thousands of lives by providing a solid foundation on which couples are unified and grow old together.
“Over the years, we have done our bit not only to organise this event, but to also keep in touch with the couples and assist them whichever way we can. Indeed they have become like family to us, and we are truly proud of having been able to play such an important role in their lives”, she added.
She said as a people-centred media house, Happy FM would continue to positively affect the lives of Ghanaians through the event and other programmes in 2016 and the years to come.
The statement said the participating couples are currently undergoing weekly pre-marriage counselling with experienced marriage counsellors at the premises of Happy FM.
Other important activities that would help the couples in their marriage life would also be organised to give them a full pre-marriage package to prepare for the future.
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