It is common knowledge that ladies, particularly in Ghana, give men a tough time when they are proposed to.
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In a publication by YEN.com.gh weeks ago, a young man narrated how the crush of his life had been avoiding him for six years and still counting.
YEN.com.gh decided to let Ghanaian ladies explain why they put up the attitude by asking "why do girls take so much time to accept a boy's proposal?"
See the post below:
Some Facebook users took to the comment section to answer the question and YEN.com.gh has listed a few of those answers.
1. Due to past betrayals
One of the reasons is that those girls lost trust and hope in love . Because of past betrayals and bad experiences
2. To study the man
To study the guy oo, we don't want any broken heart bia, nowadays lots of guys don't have good intentions they just want to hit and run, so we have to know what we are getting ourselves into,
3. To seek approval from others
They need much time to ask their ancestors for directions, guidelines and tips before they can accept ur application
4. Waiting to fall in love
you can't just accept a guy who proposed love to you instantly. Sometimes, this guy will be studying you from afar so before he propose, he already knows you. Therefore, the lady also needs time to know this guy well.
That's why at times people say, men find's love, and ladies fall in love
5. Feeling no connection
Trust me if a lady connects really well with a man she doesn't take time unless she has unresolved issues with herself..Most times it's if the man is not her kind of man or if she is doubtful and skeptical about the man involved that she tries to take time.. But the thing some ladies should understand is that a relationship that will last will last irrespective of the time frame in accepting proposal
6. Because the man has no money
Wonni sika ntia nka it doesn’t take 1 minute
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported that a gentleman got married to his long time girlfriend who he dated for 13 years.
Photos and videos from the marriage ceremony that took place on August 1, 2020, were sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram and Twitter handles of the excited groom.
In one of the videos, George presented a new Honda CRV to his beloved wife for sticking with him through thick and thin for more than a decade.
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