- A man identified as Emeka has left many impressed after he allegedly proposed to his fiancée on her sickbed following a fatal accident
- Social media user, Samuel Agyekum Debrah, shared the photos in a Facebook group
- Many have reacted with remarkable comments after the photos dropped
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Photos of a young Nigerian man, identified as Emeka, who allegedly proposed to his fiancée on her sickbed after she was involved in a fatal accident have left many stunned.
Online photos shared by Samuel Agyekum Debrah in a Facebook group have garnered pleasant reactions with many showering Emeka with remarkable accolades.
Samuel Agyekum Debrah, shared the inspiring photos along with a caption, noting that the lady had been involved in an accident.
The photos show the lady with a fractured leg, still recovering from the alleged accident, and has garnered over 6,000 likes as at the time this story was being covered.
A popular online Facebook page also shared photos of the alleged marriage proposal.
Meanwhile, following a report by YEN.com.gh about Sackey Abednego, a senior high school graduate who took to social media to appeal to Ghanaians for help to fund his tertiary education, the presidency has intervened.
President Nana Akufo-Addo directed the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat to issue a full scholarship to Sackey after some persons at the presidency drew the president’s attention to the teenager’s predicament following a report about his situation.
Despite completing the 2019 West African Examination Certificate Examination (WASSCE) with 7As and a B3, Sackey Abednego, a former student of Kade Senior Technical School, faced a real challenge of funding his tertiary education.
The native of Subriso, in the Eastern region, posted his plight on Facebook on September 28, 2019, asking benevolent individuals to come to his aid.
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