- More Ghanaians are joining"the past is not the present" challenge after the saga of KNUST students, Samuel Aboagye and Nana Ama went viral
- Nana Ama allegedly dumped Sammy after he cheated and lied to her
- After she left him, he was heard in a video saying that "the past is not the present" in an apologetic video
- This has become a mantra and some Ghanaians have began a challenge sharing rags-to-glory images to motivate
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From doctors, engineers, nurses to teachers, more Ghanaian are joining the inspiring ''the past is not the present challenge'' sharing motivating images from their past alongside photos showing their present state.
YEN.com.gh previous reported that 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.
Following Sammy and Nana Ama’s breakup, a video emerged online showing Sammy crying after his girlfriend allegedly dumped him.
The footage which is still online also has him apologetically saying that the "the past is not the present".
YEN.com.gh’s earlier story also noted that 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 been posting images in a popular Facebook group from their past alongside photos showing their present state to motivate others.
Following previous report, more people are joining the challenge sharing more powerful photos..
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that just as this latest married couple, 2020 has kicked off as a very wonderful and memorable year for some people as they tied the knot with their ''soul mates'' in blissful nuptials.
And images from the traditional marriage of a couple that have surfaced online are warming hearts. The bride, Biney, shared a series of photos online and revealed she married her bestie.
However, things did not start easy for him as it appears. Stephen Hightower first started out as a janitor working nights and weekends for his parents’ cleaning venture.
He cleaned floors and toilets, doing things that most people would not ever dream of. In 1978, Hightower graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio and he began his own small construction company.
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