- A man has asked for help from a relationship expert known as Joro Olumofin because his girlfriend does not kneel to serve him
- The man explained that he once visited his friend and noticed how a woman knelt down three times as she served him
- His own girlfriend, the man said, sometimes asks him to fry his own eggs
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An unidentified man has raised an issue of concern with respect to the behavior of his girlfriend.
Sharing his plight with a relationship coach known as Joro Olumofin, the man indicated that his girlfriend does not kneel to serve him food.
The reason he worries about this is that he noticed the girlfriend of his friend knelt down three times when bringing him cutlery.
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The man explained that he noticed the humility with which his friend’s girlfriend served him food and he wishes his own girlfriend would do the same.
He added that he has been dating his girlfriend for three years now and she sometimes asks him to fry his own eggs.
Per a report by celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, he, therefore, asked how he can get his girlfriend to kneel down and serve him food, especially as they have been in a relationship for more than three years now.
In other news, the chief executive officer of As I Grow, a nonprofit and nongovernment organization (NGO), Nana Debrah Bekoe Isaac, has shared lovely photos of projects and events aimed at improving the lives of teenage girls.
According to him, his NGO is focused on providing educational and medical support for the girls.
He added that attention is given to women in deprived communities in the areas of empowerment and advocacy.
He is a graduate of the University of Ghana and a teacher at the primary section of the Larteh Salvation Army School.
Isaac, who is 32 years and married, has been teaching since 2008.
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