- Former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, has shown off the money he made in a piggy bank
- His 'susu box' was filled with only GHc 10 and GHc 20 notes as flaunted in the photos
- Saving money in a piggy bank is fast becoming a tradition on social media
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Asamoah Gyan, the former captain of the men's national football team, the Black Stars, has unveiled money he made while saving in his 'susu box' also known as piggy bank.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Youtube channel of Celebritiesbuzz TV, it is indicated that the savings took only six months to do.
The box that looked much bigger than usual was filled with GHc 20 and GHc 10 notes which means Gyan saved a lot of money than is normally seen on social media.
Watch the full video below:
It has become a tradition that many people decide to save coins and other smaller denominations of money in 'susu boxes' year-long.
When it's the end of the year, the savers usually break the boxes open and share photos of how much they were able to save with such small denominations.
In some ways, this encourages others to embark on the same journey as money saved from such minor savings is able to help in hard times and to cover expenses in the festive season.
In another interesting report by YEN.com.gh, a beautiful young lady identified on Twitter as Oba with the handle @The_Ckarisma has revealed how she was duped with a phone she was hoping to 'flex' with.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on her personal Twitter handle, Oba indicated that she had heard of a place called 'computer village' but never visited it until now.
According to Oba, she went to get herself iPhone 11 Pro Max with joy only to get home and discover that it has an android operating system.
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