Ghanaians settle debate on whether taking loan for wedding is apt or not

Ghanaians settle debate on whether taking loan for wedding is apt or not

- Weddings are, undoubtedly, some of the most cherished events that are held in different cultures all around the world

- Most people get to experience it only once in a lifetime, and for that matter, they are pushed to making it as memorable as possible

- YEN.com.gh asked Ghanaians what their take was on taking loans to hold weddings, and now brings some of the most interesting submissions

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Weddings are, inarguably, some of the most cherished events all over the world and considering the fact that most people do it only once in a lifetime, they want to make it as memorable as possible.

People go many lengths to make their marriage ceremonies extremely classy and one of those is to take loans to spend on the event and pay back later.

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But is this a wise decision to make? YEN.com.gh recently posed the question, "Is it advisable to take loan for a marriage ceremony?"

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The response was massive, and included some rather insightful and hilarious points that have been gathered in the comments below:

According to Wise Cheeta, loans are taken to invest and gain profits and it is not particularly clear what wedding loans bring back as profit.

Boniface Cuvier Akudugu, on the other hand, mentioned that it was a great idea to take loan for the grand ceremony because loans are actually one's own money and the marriage ceremony is extremely important.

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Maame Akos made a very rib-cracking submission against the idea by putting it in a highly sarcastic manner

Ëd Møñd stated that most people oppose the idea of taking loans but turn around to criticize people who don't spend much on their weddings.

Fhamous Whan, also cracked some ribs when he recounted a situation when people had to continue paying their wedding loans even after the marriage ended in divorce.

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Ghanaians settle debate on whether taking loan for wedding is apt or not

Ghanaians settle debate on whether taking loan for wedding is apt or not Source: Dw.com, Africablooms.com
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Meanwhile, renowned African gospel star, Joe Mettle, has finally spoken about the rumours regarding his wife getting pregnant before walking down the aisle with him.

Speaking in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on ZionFelix Entertainment News, the award-winning musician dispelled all the rumours categorically.

Joe Mettle sounded surprised about how such a concocted story was made about them following their marriage, indicating that there was absolutely no truth in them.

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