- A couple based in the United States of America has reportedly settled debts owed as students totaling almost $120,000
- Quenton and Marchelle Ross revealed they succeeded in clearing the debt after reading an inspirational book
- They added that they began planning financially as soon as they got engaged
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Quenton and Marchelle Ross have stunned social media users after revealing that they settled an almost $120,000 student loan debt in 29 months.
The Michigan-based couple added that they began intense financial planning a day after their engagement ceremony.
They added that a book titled “The Total Money Makeover” inspired them and helped with lessons in financial freedom.
Per a report by bet.com, Quenton graduated from Michigan State University in 2008 with a double major in telecommunications and criminal justice. He had a debt of $40,000 before interest.
Marchelle accumulated $77,000 of student loan debt when she had her bachelor's and master's degree in educational administration in 2016 from the University of Detroit, Mercy.
In another report, Jean-Pierre Adams, who is a former Senegalese-French footballer, is remembered for amongst other things, his sterling performance in the central defensive position.
Things, however, took a different turn as he has been in a coma since March 17, 1982, as he lay on a hospital bed.
This followed an operation that went wrong and resulted in his condition which has lasted for 37 years.
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