Former President, John Dramani Mahama's daughter Farida Mahama, recently had a live Q-and-A with her fans on social media and was monitored by Pulse.com.gh.
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YEN.com.gh sighted the report and now compiles top six of the most interesting revelations Farida disclosed about herself and what it is like to be a president's daughter.
1. She is not interested in politics
As a daughter of a former president and current leader of Ghana's biggest opposition party, one might think Farida would share an interest in politics too but she said there is none.
2. She isn’t in tertiary yet
The young lady mentioned that she is not in any tertiary school yet which subtly reveals that she is in pre-tertiary
3. Posting photos online is too much work for her
His excellency, John Dramani Mahama's daughter said to a question of why she had only two pictures on her Instagram handle that updating the account is too much work for her.
“It’s too much work. And I have no nice pictures.”
4. She doesn’t speak any local language
According to Farida, she is beginning to get good at Twi but strictly speaking, she speaks no Ghanaian language
5. She’s a foodie and addicted to phone
One of Farida's fans asked her what she spends most of her time on and her answer was food and phone.
6. She doesn’t have a favourite Ghanaian musician – she likes all of them
The beautiful young lady was also tasked to list her top five rappers or musicians in Ghana but she said there was no favourite among them.
According to Ghanaweb, Farida first received media attention after John Mahama’s 2016 election loss to President Nana Akufo-Addo, where he said she (Farida) was happy because it was an opportunity to be able to spend more time with him.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, a Ghanaian market lady who identifies herself as Comfort Brobbey has narrated how her dream to become a policewoman never came to pass.
In an interview with SV TV sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of the organization, Comfort indicated that she was told her height was not up to the requirement of the police force.
The news was heartbreaking for the young woman who, after the experience, picked up herself and has now become a market woman.
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