Suzzy Nyame be tua wo ka - Man recounts how girl dumped him after selling his laptop for her (video)

Suzzy Nyame be tua wo ka - Man recounts how girl dumped him after selling his laptop for her (video)

- A man has spoken about how he got jilted after he fell madly in love with a lady

- He said out of love, he decided to sell his laptop and give the money to the lady

- The story continues that the lady took the money, spent it and dumped him afterward

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A young man has recounted his love-gone-wrong story in a video that is currently trending on social media because of how touching the story is.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the young man is seen seated outside a house and appears to be taking in the fresh air.

While there, he told the story of one lady, Suzzy, who jilted him after spending all his money and even telling him to the face that she did not love him as he believed.

Suzzy Nyame be tua wo ka - Man recounts how girl dumped him after selling his laptop for her (video)

Heartbreak photos and a laptop shop. Source: Instagram (modified by author)
Source: Instagram

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According to him, one day, out of the love he had for the lady, he decided to sell his laptop at Kwame Nkrumah Circle just to have some money to give to his girlfriend.

The man added that while on his way to sell the laptop, he met a friend who asked him where he was going with the laptop and he even lied and said he was going to put some software on the laptop.

He went ahead to sell the laptop and gave all the proceeds from the sale to Suzzy who took it and after spending it, dumped him on top.

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The man recounted that Suzzy even told him that she did not love him after all when she managed to squander all his money.

He then indicated that God would punish the lady for treating him that way after all he did for her.

He then admonished people that falling in love could be compared to having malaria and it could break a person down completely regardless of their stature.

Meanwhile, this year's edition of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) started in Ghana on Monday, September 14, 2020.

Among the 531, 705 candidates to be sitting for the final year exam in the country, one of them has caught the eye of Ghana's media and has had her story highlighted.

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The student, Madam Elizabeth Yamoah, 60, who at a first glance would be looking to be playing 'dress-up' in her granddaughter's school uniform, is actually not playing a prank.

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