Good old days: Ghanaian man causes massive stir with powerful letter to 'ghost' lover (photo)

Good old days: Ghanaian man causes massive stir with powerful letter to 'ghost' lover (photo)

- Edward Eddybless Frimpong, a young Ghanaian man is searching for love the old fashion way

- He took to social media to post a handwritten love letter to his non-existent lover

- Edward's love letter has garnered some pleasant reactions after he shared it

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A young Ghanaian man, identified as Edward Eddybless Frimpong, has caused massive stir on social media following his ''heartfelt'' letter to his 'ghost' lover.

Edward Eddybless Frimpong, who by his letter, affirmed that he was looking for love, inked a message to his unseen lover in ''hope'' and ''anticipation'' that he would find her via his letter.

While most young people tend to use only modern platforms to woo persons they have interest in and perhaps start an intimate relationship with, Edward, chose to combine both the old fashion way of penning letters to one’s lover.

However, unlike those people with real people to whom they write, Edward, wrote to a non-existent person hoping that the person would read and get in touch with him.

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He wrote: ''Monday 30th, September, 2019

Dear Love,

Letter to my love

You have no idea how much I miss you. Even though I’m yet to set gaze at you, the single thought of you saturates my whole atmosphere with gladness,'' Edward began to sound home his heartfelt desire for a lover.

He continued: ''Where on earth are you, my one and only darling?

I write this heartfelt letter to you in hope and anticipation of getting the much needed response from you, sweetheart.

I really appreciate God for your life. Please darling, let me hear from you soon.

Your darling,

Edward Eddybless Frimpong.''

Good old days: Ghanaian man causes massive stir with powerful letter to ghost lover (photo)

Photo credit: Edward Eddybless Frimpong‎/web.facebook.com
Source: Facebook

And rightly so, some Ghanaians have reacted after he posted his handwritten letter in a social media group.

Good old days: Ghanaian man causes massive stir with powerful letter to ghost lover (photo)

Photo credit: Edward Eddybless Frimpong‎/web.facebook.com
Source: Facebook

Meanwhile, a photo of Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo performing an impressive role as a pageboy during the blissful wedding ceremony of JB Danquah in 1951 has left many utterly mesmerized.

The historic photo of then little Nana Akufo-Addo in a regal white outfit, seated next to JB Danquah, a former Ghanaian statesman and lawyer, has generated pleasant commentaries after the photo was shared by a popular Facebook page.

Nana Akufo-Addo was captured in a photo with JB Danquah, his wife, and the flower girl, together with some other guests.

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