Nana Addo's ban on weddings is a great opportunity for me - Man says

Nana Addo's ban on weddings is a great opportunity for me - Man says

- A local trader has mentioned that Nana Akufo-Addo's ban on large gatherings has been very helpful to him

- According to the gentleman, he has been planning to get married but has been unable to do so due to the large expenses required

- He, however, mentioned that he is making preparations to tie the knot because he can afford a wedding for 25 people

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A Ghanaian gentleman who sells ladies' items at the market has revealed that President Nana Akufo-Addo's ban on large weddings, funerals, and public gatherings is helping him greatly.

In an interview with SV TV monitored by YEN.com.gh, the gentleman indicated that because of the ban, the expenditure on weddings has reduced greatly.

He said because of that, he is using the opportunity to get married to his long-time girlfriend he has been dating but was not able to get married to.

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When asked about his business, the trader indicated that although the business is not moving on as expected, he is making enough money to take care of his immediate needs.

President Akufo Addo reintroduced the new restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus in January 2021.

With this, all funerals, parties, and forms of public gatherings have been banned. This was after the average daily COVID-19 cases moved from 200 to 700.

Nana Addo's ban on weddings is a great opportunity for me - Man says
Nana Addo's ban on weddings is a great opportunity for me - Man says Credit: YouTube, ST TV Africa
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By this, a joint police and army force has been deployed to ensure all Ghanaians comply with the COVID-19 precautionary measures.

In an earlier report, Edward Elorm Gbanaglo, a smart gentleman who completed Presbyterian Boys’ Senior High School (PRESEC) with seven A1s in his WASSCE has found himself in a difficult position.

According to a report by Graphic.com.gh, Edward lost both parents after which he got admission to study Medicine at the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ho, Volta Region.

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Going to the university appeared really difficult but Edward managed to pay his admission fees with the help of his late mother’s benevolent friends.

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