The issue of how much salary one needs to earn, especially the man, has become topical in recent times.
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Some Ghanaians have shared varied opinions about how much a man needs to earn before contemplating marriage.
The issue has become topical as some have said even though they wish to be married, money was being a hindrance.
YEN.com.gh sought the ideas of its cherished readers on Facebook on the subject and they came out with very interesting ones.
While some have quoted how much exactly is needed, others believe other intangible things are also needed for marriage, not salary alone.
Here are some of the views YEN.com.gh compiled.
Adams, for instance, believes 500 cedis is enough with an explanation:
Justice says if all ladies are expecting their men to earn fat salaries before marriage then they will be single forever:
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David commented that even before salary structure came into existence, there was marriage:
Berto claims the most important thing is for the man to be good in bed and that will make the lady support him:
Alex opined that the man must be earning GHC1,500:
Carter also quoted nothing less than GHC2,000:
Lambert says he does not feed on salary but rather Grace:
Vida says the most important thing is that both partners are working:
Hill says it is all about understanding:
Clary, and Winniella have their own ideology about the whole subject:
Meanwhile, in other news, Liha Miller, the wife of Ghanaian musician, Patapaa, has opened up on why she loves her husband so much.
She said people only know Patapaa and not Justice Amoah – that is the real person Patapaa really is.
According to her, not many people know Patapaa’s other side of being a gentle, loving, and caring man.
Liha also fell in love with Patapaa’s family which she describes as the best thing that happened to her.
She said Patapaa comes from a good family and the love she got from them the very first day she visited them was not something she expected.
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