- A whiteman has started a debate online with respect to the penchant of Africans settling for white weddings
- The whiteman, who identifies himself as White Man Confession posed a number of questions to that effect
- He wondered how weddings were being organised in Africa prior to the arrival of the British and others to Africa
A whiteman who uses the social media name White Man Confession has generated controversy online with a question he posed to Africans about weddings.
In his opinion, weddings are traditional to the white people and he is therefore at a loss as to why Africans have developed a penchant for it.
He went ahead to ask if there is no African way of getting married or if there were no weddings in Africa before the whites arrived in Africa.
He went ahead to ponder if the traditional way of getting married was a shame to Africans and therefore white weddings became the next line of action.
His comment, as shared on Facebook, a social media platform, generated reactions from some Ghanaians:
To Singer, it is a big issue.
To Era, it is now the way to go.
Steve was simply surprised at the developing trend.
Franklin wondered if the ladies are listening.
In other news, President Akufo-Addo joined the people of Jamestown in Accra to welcome African Americans to Ghana as part of the Year of Return.
YEN.com.gh understands that the group was led by the president of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People, Derrick Johnson.
Together with movie star, Danny Glover and others, they were treated to tours and seminars to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the movement of Africans to Jamestown, Virginia, in the United States of America on August 20, 1619.
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