Ghanaian lady claims dating sugar daddies is wasteful (Video)

Ghanaian lady claims dating sugar daddies is wasteful (Video)

- An experienced Ghanaian lady called Alimatu Sadia has claimed that dating sugar daddies for financial gains can be wasteful

- According to her, the focus she has now is to find a man with a vision and settle down in marriage with him

- Sadia indicates she has dated about 30 different men casually and has had serious relationships with eight others

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Alimatu Sadia, a Ghanaian lady who has had a rich experience in dating older men, claims it can be wasteful, judging from her experiences.

In an interview with SV TV Africa sighted by YEN.com.gh, the lady indicates that, in total, she has dated about 30 men casually and taken about eight serious boyfriends.

According to Sadia, she has witnessed several ladies waste many years in the business of taking old men (sugar daddies) mainly for financial gains, instead of maintaining a focus in life.

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After years of her many escapades, Sadia has now come to the place where she now desires a man who has a vision in life who she can settle down with.

Alimatu Sadia also mentioned she is an alumnus of Krobo Senior High School. From there she went to Meridian University to study marketing.

She indicated that her encounters with men started when she was about 18 years old and skyrocketed after she broke up with her first boyfriend and went to Kumasi to join other girls who had similar drives.

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Alimatu Sadia talks about her many escapades Source: SV TV Africa
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In a separate report earlier published by YEN.com.gh, Belinda Naa Ode Oku, popularly known as Adwoa Smart, has said that her height has a direct effect on how she is usually angered.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of SV TV Africa, Adwoa Smart dispelled the famous notion that people who are relatively shorter are tempered relatively quickly.

According to the veteran Ghanaian actress, although she gets angry sometimes, even when she does it is usually short-lived.

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