- Akua Pearl, a pretty Ghanaian lady, has gotten married to a man she met on Facebook in 2016
- According to Pearl, she just received a 'Hi' online and decided to reply, which has become a decision she is grateful for
- The lady has advised women to reply to their DMs as great things happen on Facebook
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A beautiful Ghanaian lady called Akua Pearl on Facebook has strongly advised women to reply to direct messages sent to them online after finding her love on Facebook.
In a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Facebook handle of Akua Pearl, the stunning lady mentioned that she was contacted by a gentleman she knew from nowhere in 2016.
She chose to respond to the message and fast-forward, the man called Poko Poko became the love of her life as they are now married in 2020.
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"He sent 'Hi' in 2016, I replied and 2020 this happened," Akua said after sharing a photo of herself and her husband on the day of their traditional marriage.
It is an open secret that many ladies feel reluctant to reply to direct messages sent to them by strangers on social media for reasons best known to them.
However, Akua's story has appeared to become a good reason for which those who don't, should consider starting to.
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In a similar report, a young beautiful lady known as Nothando Mlambo on Twitter has indicated that she met the love of her life by simply deciding to answer a private message online.
Nothando made the revelation in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on her personal handle, that quickly went viral because of its relevance, controversy, and teaching.
Answering private messages, which are popularly called DMs on social media, is a thing many ladies avoid as they get loads of them coming in.
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Source: Yen Ghana