Fans of Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari and Nigerian actor Ramsey Nouah are clamoring for them to tie the knot.
The movie star had shared wedding photos of her and Ramsey Nouah from comedian Ayo Makun’s newest movie, which had melted the hearts of many.
Nadia Buari captioned the post, “Can’t wait for yall to see the magic we created in this one”.
The undeniably cute wedding photos have left many playing matchmakers between the talented actors.
AY Makun announces the return of Merry Men 3
Africanglitz reported days ago that comedian, actor, and producer AY Makun had officially announced the return of his movie ‘Merry Men 3’.
He revealed this on his Instagram page, where he posted pictures of the main characters from the second sequel, featuring a wedding scene.
He captioned the post: “WE ARE COMING BACK WITH MERRY MEN 3….Also, look out for my Standup Comedy Special screening on Netflix this Friday. Wedding scene decoration by @bluvictoria“
AY also noted that his standup comedy special would be live on the popular streaming platform Netflix on Friday, May 5, 2023.
Fans had reacted to his announcement, expressing excitement while awaiting the movie’s release.
Excitement as actress Rosy Meurer teases Merry Men 3
It will be recalled that on April 20, Rosy Meurer Churchill also announced the return of the box office movie, Merry Men.
The movie, which is produced by comedian and filmmaker Ayo Makun, better known as AY, returns with a third sequel.
Taking to her Instagram page, the wife of Olakunle Churchill shared a photo of her script, which had the title ‘Merry Men III: The Final Mission’.
From the script, Rosy Meurer’s movie name is Kemi.
“Merry Men 3 Loading…
“The final mission.”
Ayo Makun rejoices as his movie bags 27 nominations.
Last year, Ayo Makun was in a joyous state over his movie record-breaking achievement.
The actor, who had attended the political forum on sustainable development at the United Nations in New York, expressed how excited he was to be a part of the project.
He revealed that his movie, Almajiri, had bagged 27 nominations, and he revealed his hope to screen the movie for the world’s leaders in the UK.
He appreciated the UN and the founder and CEO of the Southern Africa Embrace Foundation for the opportunity.