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Ghanaians are seriously reacting to the news of young graduate who took to social media (Facebook) to beg for Four Thousand Ghana Cedis (4000) to do a lavish wedding for his girlfriend.
According to the young man whose name have been withheld (for privacy reasons) shared his story on Facebook. He said he is a young man of 28 and hold a HND in Banking and Finance. Though he had being working for some months now and has since planned for his wedding which is scheduled coming next month, October. But unfortunately for him, he had just lost his job. Meanwhile he still needs an amount of 4000 to complete his wedding preparations. So he needs a helping hand. He also added that he have a taxi (Daiwoo Matix 3 2015) that he can sell to settle any good Samaritan that helped him. Nevertheless, he can also use it as collateral.
After sharing his story he didn't say he needs advice as to what to do. All he want is money so he said he would be online reading comments. On the other hand Ghanaians were rather advising him on how to make things simple. Is either he cut down the wedding estimate to make it uncomplicated or conceal it till he is financially stable. After all they will eat after the wedding.
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