- A young Ghanaian man has recounted his ordeal with a lady after he requested for her phone number
- Divine Newton-Danquah shared his experience in response to a question posed in a popular Facebook page
- He revealed that he had to pay GHc 100 to the lady before she gave her number to him
Amid hilarious comments following a question about the best way to ask for a lady's contact without being turned down, Divine Newton-Danquah, a Ghanaian man has recounted his experience with a beautiful lady.
In response to a question posed in a popular Ghanaian Facebook group, Tell it All, Divine Newton-Danquah, revealed an interesting encounter with a lady after he was compelled to pay GHc 100 to her before she gave her phone number to him.
While the unidentified lady commercialized her phone number, Divine Newton-Danquah, indicated that he was strategic in reclaiming his money in ten folds.
Social media user, Opoku Doc Jason, took to the popular Facebook page to engage men in the group about how they initiate conversations to obtain the contact of a lady they admire.
He wrote: ‘‘My guys, what's the best way to ask for a ladies number without [being] turned down?’’
Divine Newton-Danquah reacted in response to the question while indicating that he had to part with GHc 100 before he could get the lady to give him her number.
‘‘A lady once took 100 cedis from me before giving me her cellphone number. I waited patiently when it was my time to recoup my 100 cedis, i harvested more than 1000 cedis,’’ his response stated.
Divine’s experience, perhaps not unique to him, still highlights the challenges some young people who want to enter into relationships encounter.
From the tales room of Tell it All, an experience shared by Divine Newton-Danquah.
Meanwhile, a photo of an Accra Girls High School student captured in 1979 has surfaced on the internet and has since generated conversations about the fashion sense of Ghanaian females students 40 years ago.
While the photo happens to be in black and white, the young lady still looks adorable after 40 long years.
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