- John Struthers, a renowned professor from Scotland has dropped a 44-year-old photo showing himself and his Ghanaian wife, Christina Margaret Alexander
- The professor compared the shot with a new photo the couple took together and admitted that he has aged significantly whilst his wife is still young
- This lends credence to the 'Black don't crack' idea that suggests that Blacks remain uncracked forever
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The Honorary Consul for Ethiopia in Scotland, Professor John Struthers, who has been married to a Ghanaian lady named Christina Margaret Alexander, has caused a stir online.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of the Scottish professor, he dropped a photo from 44 years ago that shows how 'Blacks don't crack'.
Comparing the old photo with their latest shot together, John Struthers agrees that his Ghanaian wife still looks very young after 44 years, whilst he has aged quite significantly.
See the post below:
The professor's own words stated,
"Much has happened during this time of course. I am much older looking but my wife still looks so young!"
In the latest photo, Professor Struthers stood left of the shot dressed in full kilt complimented with African ‘Kente’ bowtie and scarf.
His wife of 44 years stood next to him wearing an African ‘Kente’ blouse and skirt complete with a simple yet beautiful hairstyle.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, Professor Rita Dickson, the 11th Vice-Chancellor (VC) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, has paid a heartwarming courtesy call on one of her predecessors.
The report was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Twitter handle of Watsuptek KNUST, one of the most popular campus websites in the institution.
Prof Rita Dickson, the eleventh Vice-Chancellor, paid the prominent visit to the 101-year-old second VC of KNUST, Dr. Emmanuel Evans-Anfom.
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