- A young lady named Sharon Godwin has said it is not advisable to date men aged between 19 and 27
- According to Sharon, such men are typically attached to their mothers, stuck on their former partners, cheat more often, among several others
- Sharon Godwin's post went viral with numerous comments
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A lady identified on Twitter as Sharon Godwin has spoken very vivid words that have caused a massive stir online as she strongly advised against dating men aged 19-27.
Sharon Godwin made the statements in a viral Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh on her official handle.
According to Sharon, men within the age range she provided are typically attached to their mothers, stuck on their former partners, cheat more often than not and entertain escorts.
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It is not clear if the young lady was speaking out of her own experience but she further added that the young men are only concerned about PS4, mixtape and weed.
In furtherance, Sharon Godwin adds that males within the age range also do not know what they want in life just yet and would hurt ladies in the process of dating.
The last word she used to describe such men was that they are a 'liability'. As one can imagine, the post caused a great stir and gathered several reactions.
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Swift Godwin hilariously asked whether age is not just a number anymore:
According to Trigger, the likes of Sharon are the same people who claim men beyond 30 are rigid:
Cute-Confessor also questioned Sharon's source of information to make such assertions.
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian historian who appears to be stationed at the Ancestral River Park at Assin Manso in the Central Region of Ghana has argued that "Jamaica" is an Akan term.
In a snippet of GBCNews sighted by YEN.com.gh, the gentleman explains that the term "Jamaica" may sound like a word from the land of Jamaica itself but in reality, it was a group of Akan slaves that named the place with the term.
The historian explained that the word Jamaica actually comes from "perhaps, I've remained here" in Akan, which is said in a similar word-pronunciation as "Jamaica".
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