A post by TV3 Ghana sparked widespread controversy over popular social media platform Twitter.The post read;
The fans couldn't believe their eyes when they chanced upon a totally different woman among the list of ladies who were in search of dates and potential husbands.They said she was too cultured and smart to be looking for date
Most of the fans said she was a corporate woman who left everything behind to look for man and hence that spoke volumes about her.Most people were in disbelief that a huge endowed woman was not being approached by men enough.Some also said;
Most of the fans said she looked old enough to be a mother hence she had a totally different reason aside looking for men on the show.
Sandra was a main reason why many stayed late to watch the show and we hope she finds what she is really looking for on the programme.
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