Christ Attoh Writes Wedding Anniversary And Valentine’s Day Letter To Wife And Says “We Made Mistakes In The Past… “

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Chris Attoh and Damilola Adegbite

Today is 14th February and you are likely to see people flaunt their love and do all “lovey dovey”  stuff.

This letter from Ghanaian Actor/MC  Chris Attoh will get you jealous because it doubles the valentine’s day with a meaningful milestone celebration of getting married to a very beautiful woman.

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Read exactly the letter Chris Attoh posted to the world on instagram, to be received by his wife, who lives in the same house with him.

Dearest Dami, Our anniversary is a celebration of the mistakes we made in the past, memories we are making today and all the happiness that is in store for us in the future. I don’t know where I would be, if you hadn’t supported me this far. if it weren’t for you, Our house would never have become a home, Our child would never have understood the meaning of family without you. I continue to experience true love because of you. Today, as we celebrate our anniversary, I just want to say thanks for everything baby. These past years, I pray I have been the kind of guy that an amazing woman like you truly deserves.

Today is the perfect moment to say Thank You for all the sacrifices you’ve made to keep the boat of our lives afloat. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to discover that a beautiful wife with a beautiful heart equals a beautiful life.

Happy anniversary sweetheart, and a happy Valentines Day. Nii.

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