Gabriella Tetteh belongs to a family of prominent people in politics in the country. She is part of a trio of NDC communicators the country has seen. She alongside her sisters of Gizella and Hannah have been with the opposition National Democratic Congress for some time now. Her sister, Hannah Tetteh was a former trade Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister. Gizella Tetteh is currently the MP for Awutu Senya West.
Gabriella herself is one of the versatile NDC female communicators. Yesterday she joined Annie Ampofo on Good Morning Ghana to discuss some of the trending issues in the country. One of the interesting questions that came up was when she was going to get married. Gabriella gave a simple response that got many talking.
“If you ask me silly questions like when am getting married or getting children, I’d also ask when you are going to die” Gabriella Tetteh.
This response drew a lot of reactions as many applauded her for savage comments.
It is interesting to know that many women are under the pressures of society to get married. The traditional African society sees marriage as a privilege to be bestowed on women and so when at a certain age women are not married they become the scorn of their societies. But in reality is there an age for a woman to get married? Do you agree with Gabriella?
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