Nana Aba Anamoah Shares The Plights Of Some Men During Valentine's Day, She Shows Chats To Confirm
By FamousGhana | self meida writer
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Ghanaian journalist and General manager of GhOne TelevisionNana Aba Anamoah has shared the plights of some men during Valentine's day and she has shown chats to confirm.
In a Twitter post the well respected journalist claimed she asked the men on her WhatsApp to get their wives something special for the Valentine's day celebrations and the replies she really surprised hence sharing it on a her timeline.
Her post read;
Nana Aba Anamoah also urged the women to do better than what they are used to doing and that they can step up their game.From Nana Aba's revealed chats some men claimed they bought expensive gifts ranging from cars,flowers,phones,houses and even human hair
These men also complained that they were always compensated with singlets and boxers and even if their wives was in the best of moods gift them extra handkerchiefs.To them that was extremely unfair and they are reconsidering their gifts this year
Check out some of the chats below;
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