Harrysong set to get married to his fiancée, Alexer Gopa
By Julezz | self meida writer
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Harrysong sets to get married to his fiance Alexer Gopa.
Harrison Tare Okiri is a popular Nigerian singer and also a song writer. He is popularly called Harrysong which is also his stage name. Harrison is ready to wed his fiance who is known as Alexer Peres Gopa.
Harrison Tare made it known to the public on his Instagram page on the 4th of February,2021. He made the announcement official for everyone to know. Harrysong also said that the wedding will hold in Delta state on the 27th of March, 2021. He also posted the invitation card on Instagram and he also invited people.
Harrison also posted beautiful pictures of him and Alexer his wife to be on Instagram. They were both wearing white dress. People are also asking if Alexer is the person that gave birth to his twins. I wish them good luck in their marriage. Congrats to u guys . to all the singles this is our year of celebrations Amen!!!
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