- A young lady has taken up full residence in a man's house saying he is a nice man and will be a very good husband
- According to the gentleman, he met her at a snacks bar and spoiled her, after which he took her home and they spent two days together
- After the second day, he gave her money to use for transportation but she rather used it to cook and clean the entire house
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A gentleman has narrated how a random lady he met casually at a snacks bar has taken up full residence in his house and is refusing to leave.
In the story spotted by YEN.com.gh on the popular Facebook group, Tell It All, the lady insisted on not leaving because she was highly impressed by how the man treated her.
Giving details about the whole story, the man recalls how he met her one Friday at a snacks bar where he called her to sit by his side after buying two plates of soup, fried snails, and four bottles of beer.
Read the narration below:
From that point, he took the lady home where one thing led to another and they slept together, but just when he thought she would leave the lady pleaded to spend another night.
The next morning, the gentleman woke up to prepare for Sunday church service and gave her GHc150 as her transport fare, expecting she would leave before he returns.
"To my greatest surprise, I came back and met her again. She has cleaned up the house, washed my dirty clothes, and prepared food with the money I gave her," he recounts.
When asked why, the lady replied, "I don't want to go because you've been so nice to me. You'll be a good husband".
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian lady whose name has been mentioned simply as Angela has revealed an issue she has been facing in her seven-month-old relationship with her boyfriend.
In a letter that was sent to the famous relationship talk show, Sister-Sister on Citi TV, the lady asked for advice on whether she should step out of the relationship or not.
According to Angela, she has tried every means to convince her boyfriend to 'break' her virginity but the gentleman insists he can only do so after marriage.
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