Multiple-award-winning global Ghanaian musician, Fuse ODG at this weekend in Accra.
marries his Zimbabwean girlfriend of ten years, Karen Tino Jonga. Karen is a stylist, fashion and beauty entrepreneur. She co-founded Nana Dolls with Fuse ODG. It is black doll line for young African girls in Ghana and Africa, launched in 2019 in support of Ghana’s Year of Return campaign.
Nana Dolls is on a mission to champion the beauty of Africa and promote self-love, especially in young children. Nana Dolls have made it their goal to inspire children to love and take pride in their heritage in a world that makes it hard to do so at times, educating and empowering them through Nana Dolls and their stories.
The strictly-by-invitation marriage ceremony tacked place on Sunday, April 10 with a garden-wedding theme.
In an interview in 2018, Fuse revealed that there was a lot of pressure from his parent to get married. Ha added that even though he was not married, he had someone in his life who was helping him to effectively defend himself anytime the pressure from his parent come up. He said that he would marry ‘this idle woman’ of his very soon, and probably give birth to about 200 children.