- Many users of Facebook have released pictures of their all-year savings and they have been amazing
- The pictures were posted in TroTro Diaries, a popular Facebook group
- The annual event of users posting their savings commemorates World Savings Day
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Facebook users have released amazing pictures from savings they made using their own Piggy banks popularly known in Ghana as 'susu boxes' or 'money boxes'.
This is an annual event that takes place in a popular Facebook group named TroTro Diaries. Pictures from this year's saving have popped on social media recently.
OMG.com reports that this is in line with the World Savings Day which is held every October 31.
Apparently, members of the popular Facebook group keep saving their monies throughout the year only to reveal the outcomes when the savings day is due.
Pictures of the saving that some of them have gathered are shown in the pictures that follow:
Picture shared by Aaron Badu Poku
Another breathtaking photo of great savings
A screenshot of a video posted by a user
Pictures of a user outside Ghana's savings
Meanwhile, Samuel Taylor, a local Ghanaian coach, has had a big breakthrough as he was selected by Arsenal FC and WorldRemit for a youth coaching programme dubbed 'Future Stars'.
From a report sited by YEN.com.gh, 'Future Stars' was set up by a collaboration between the popular football club and the prominent financial institution to identify and impart the lives of young people making a great impact in their grassroots through football. Continue reading...
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