- A young couple who graduated from university and has worked hard for 5 years spent everything on settling down
- The two had GHc 70,000 as savings when the lady got pregnant and their families forced them to get married very quickly
- One of the couple is a cousin to Chris-Vincent of Ghanacelebrities.com
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A young Ghanaian couple who graduated from university and worked for five years have spent their life savings of GHc 70,000 on their wedding and naming ceremonies.
In a narration by Chris Vincent of Ghanacelebrities.com who is a cousin to one of the two lovers, the couple were dating when the lady got pregnant.
With pressure from their families to tie the knot quickly before the pregnancy surfaces, the two lovers had no choice than to dig deep into their pocket and pull out all the money they had.
"The traditional wedding, the white wedding, and the associated receptions cost the couple about 45,000 GHS; they used 15,000 GHS of their monies to rent a place somewhere in Tema for a year," Chris narrates
Just seven months after the wedding, the couple gave birth and spent GHc 10,000 which remained after their wedding on the naming ceremony.
According to Chris, the couple could have obtained a land somewhere in Accra, and even start building a two-bedroom on this land with their savings.
In another captivating news report, a young man in Ghana whose name is not disclosed graduated from senior high school six years ago but has been at home since then.
According to a report made public by Edem Agbana on his personal Facebook handle, it is indicated that the gentleman got brilliant grades after his WASSCE specifically, 6As and two B2s
He subsequently gained admission to study Dental Surgery at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) but has been unable to go due to poverty.
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Source: Yen Newspaper