As the festive season rolls in, many would be relying on some saved-up cash to purchase needed items to celebrate with family and friends.
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However, a young man has not been too fortunate and his plans to make merry on Christmas day may just not materialise.
Engr Great-Emma revealed via social media that he had been saving for some time now in preparation towards Christmas but has been ''shown pepper.''
He was thrown into the state of mourning after rats decided tore his money into shreds, leaving nothing for him to work with.
He took to Facebook to lament after rats ate the money he was saving for the Christmas festivities.
Sharing photos of the 1,000 Naira notes destroyed by rats, Engr Great-Emma wrote on Facebook: ''After all the Xmas savings, Bariga rat has shown me pepper.''
In another story, YEN.com.gh reported Nfai Eunice Tayemiyar adds to the number of inspirational stories highlighted by YEN.com.gh in 2019, that affirm that no fortified hurdles stand a chance with a dream determined to be.
Born in a deprived home in the rural part of Northern Ghana, Nfai, Eunice Tayemiyar, challenged her downing reality and financial setbacks that threatened her education.
The burden of providing for herself became very necessary after her mother died during delivery and her father was hardly present after he moved to stay with his new wife.
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