In Ghana, getting married is a key responsibility for every individual. Ghanaians tend to show much respect to individuals who are married. One aspect of this issue that most people fail to understand is that, getting married requires a lot of resources (time, money, attention, courtship and many others). In the midst of all these requirements, most unmarried Ghanaians (especially celebrities) recieve a lot of pressure from society who insist on seeing them get married.
Over the years, several celebrities have been faced with this situations. Though most of them organize huge wedding ceremonies to meet up with the demands of society, the requirements still remain fixed. Popular and highly influential blogger, Felix Adomako Mensah who is popularly known as Zion Felix has also encountered a similar situation as he receives massive pressure from social media to get married. The young and hard-working man has been with his girlfriend for over four years now.
Zion Felix has finally been made to conform to the demands of Ghanaians. Speaking in an interview at okay fm, Zion Felix eventually announced that he will soon be getting married to his long awaited wife to be. The young man explained that he was hoping to wait for the right time so he could tie the knot with his beautiful girlfriend. He then went on to tell Ghanaians to watch out for his long awaited marriage ceremony which his fans have been talking about for years. Share your thoughts on this.
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