Ghanaians begin "the past is not the present" challenge after Nana Ama dumped KNUST boy

Ghanaians begin "the past is not the present" challenge after Nana Ama dumped KNUST boy

- Some Ghanaians have started "the past is not the present" challenge after the saga of KNUST students, Samuel Aboagye and Nana Ama went viral

- The former loved-up couple broke-up after Sammy allegedly cheated and lied to Nana Ama

- After Nana dumped him, he was heard in a video saying that "the past is not the present" in an apologetic plea

- This has become a mantra and some Ghanaians have began a challenge sharing grass to grace images to motivate

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Ghanaians never fail to erupt the humour in every scandal and the saga about Samuel Aboagye, the KNUST student who trended over his emotional reaction following a breakup with his girlfriend, Nana Ama is no different.

In the wake of Sammy and Nana Ama’s breakup, a video showing the former crying after his girlfriend allegedly dumped also has him apologetically saying that the "the past is not the present" .

Sammy recently explained in an interview the circumstances of his situation and how his video came up online.

Sammy who believes the viral video was recorded by one of his friends said he could not think straight when the incident happened and could not establish how the video emerged on social media.

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He, however, debunked reports that had suggested that Nana Ama had dumped him because he had had an affair with another lady.

Amid the trolls riding on the back of comic videos and images, some Ghanaians have started ''the past is not the present'' challenge following Sammy's apologetic video.

Many have posted images in a popular Facebook group from their past alongside photos showing their present state to motivate others.

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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that in the wake of coronavirus and as the country outlines measures against the further spread of the deadly disease, one cannot overemphasise the power of prayer.

The presiding Bishop of the Lighthouse Group of Churches, Dag Heward-Mills has said that if people want to have peace and confidence in this life they have to spend time praying.

Dag Heward-Mills urged people to spend time praying to be aligned to the will of God.

While the renowned pastor made this before Ghana announced that four more cases of Covid-19 had been confirmed, it is important that people are reminded to turn to God even as the country takes concrete measures to prevent further spread of the disease.

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