Actor Van Vicker and wife celebrate 20th wedding anniversary
Popular Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker, and his wife, Adjoa, are celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary today, October 17.
The 46-year-old actor, who shares three children with his wife, took to his Instagram page to mark the significant milestone earlier today.
He mentioned that they met thirty years ago but their marital journey began twenty years ago, citing how long they’ve been together.
Van Vicker posted a photo of himself with his wife with the caption,
“The journey of togetherness began some 30 years ago.
It was locked in 20 years ago.
Happy 20th wedding anniversary to us.
It’s a blessing and no paltry sum.
Family is everything.
We are waiting for your China.”
With the myriad of celebrity divorces in the entertainment industry, Van Vicker’s wedding anniversary is definitely one to be celebrated.
Congratulations to them!
See the post below,
In 2021, Van Vicker graduated with First class honors decades after his mates graduated from university.
The Ghanaian actor said when his mates were enrolling to go to the university in 1997, his single mother couldn’t afford to send him to school.
He said he should have graduated with his mates in 2000/2001 but he’s graduating in 2021.
“21 years later, here I stand before you with 3 achievements during my graduation,” the Ghanaian actor wrote as he shared a photo he took on his graduation gown.
Read the rest of his post below;
21years later, here I stand before you with 3 achievements during my graduation; to God be the Glory.
1. 1st class honors.
2. Best Student in Strategic.
3. Best Communication Student
The above is within the context of my 2021 post on social media and is in no way presumptuous but uprightly to inspire – I could not enroll at a tertiary institution in 1997 because my single mother did not have the funds. If free SHS was available back in the day, most likely I would have graduated in 2000/2001.
My career took off and I have been blessed but as someone who relishes education getting that degree was just a matter of time.
I complete my Masters program this December and I am sorely motivated and committed to go even beyond, God willing.
I thank all those who supported me and is supporting me during this journey.