Each day comes with its own fashion. It is said that if a day passes by without hearing something new, it is a taboo, according to Ghanaian proverbs. Well, it is absolutely out of place to doubt this because today has seen another news of its own. Nana Aba Anamoah has been in the news for the various positive reasons, most of which have been to assist young men and women to have a proper livelihood. With some of them having the opportunity to have a formal or professional education, others also enjoyed being gainfully employed.
This time the assistance being sought from Nana Aba Anamoah has taken a different twist. A 40 year old man has written to her to assist her to get a wife. The man claims to have a lot of female friends but he is not married. He said that he is able to do everything by helping ladies. However, he sees Nana Aba Anamoah is also single so he can link up with her, he would be very grateful.
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