Earlier this month, the pre-wedding photos of Petro Magoti surfaced in the media space and many people had their take on the union. For many, the man doesn’t meet the famous specs for women who seek to settle with a man. Normally, the world understood that women want men that are tall, have chocolate skin (especially for African women) and have huge sizes.
Well, it appears the game is changing and today women are changing their preferences too. Today, the game has changed and the spotlight is not only on the thick, tall and romantic chocolate men, those who also have money and power have the chance and it appears their stake is higher than those with just body specs.
This man is a Tanzanian Politician called Petro Magoti. Today, he marries his beautiful girlfriend in lavish style. Although he is not all that tall and a hunchback, he has succeeded to settle on a beautiful lady to marry and Ghanaians cannot keep cool about it. Although some allege that the woman loves him because he has money and power, there is no evidence to back that claim. Besides, even if the woman didn’t love him, if he has a good attitude, the love from the woman will develop and aggravate. For women, their love grows and there are no two ways about it.
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