I'm single and ready to mingle - Ghanaian military woman takes to social media for a husband in video

I'm single and ready to mingle - Ghanaian military woman takes to social media for a husband in video

- A Ghanaian military officer identified as Mavis has taken to social media to find love

- In a clip online, Mavis discloses that she is ''single and ready to mingle''

- Mavis also indicated that she has two children from her previous relationship

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A Ghanaian military officer, only identified as Mavis, has taken to social media to find love and possibly exchange vows with the person.

Mavis, aged 41, is a single mother of two children deployed along with other Ghanaian soldiers to Mali in West Africa.

Revealing her credentials in a video sighted on social media, she disclosed that she is single and ready to mingle.

I'm single and ready to mingle - Ghanaian military woman storms social media to search for a husband.
I'm single and ready to mingle - Ghanaian military woman storms social media to search for a husband. Image: crabbimedia
Source: Instagram

Mavis added that she's looking for a man between the ages of 41 to 45 years.

''My first child is a 10-year-old boy and the girl is 5 years old,'' she said.

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Mavis indicated that she's ready to mingle with the ideal man who will love not just her but her kids as well.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that at 15, Holali Ativor discovered that she was born with ambiguous genitalia but little did she know that it would derail her dream of playing football at the national level.

In 2019, she lost a chance to play for the Black Queens because she failed to meet the team's gender requirement after a medical examination by a doctor at the Ghana Football Association (GFA) indicated that she is intersex.

Though Ativor considers herself a woman, football stakeholders do not think so.

In other news, though Jesse Roland Prah originally did not set out to be an entrepreneur or farmer, he has become one of the few successful locally produced rice brands in Takoradi in the Western Region.

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The chief executive officer of Roland Rice stumbled on rice farming when the opportunity presented itself.

Roland Rice is a domestic rice brand grown, milled, processed, and packaged in Takoradi, which comes in different packages.

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