- A handsome gentleman with the Twitter handle @OkparaNnaJiAku has put up an ad for a girlfriend who is willing to take GHc2,200
- According to him, the salary can be increased along the line and it comes with other packages including pension
- Social media users, including a lot of ladies, have been expressing their thoughts on this
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A young man from Nigeria identified on Twitter as Chudy with the handle @OkparaNnaJiAku says he wants a girlfriend who will be understanding enough to accept (Naira 150,000) GHc2,200 as monthly salary.
Chudy also indicated that the amount is subject to a possible raise after three months and there will be other offers and benefits including the 13th month, pension, and more.
The handsome young man whose bio says he is an award-winning internet crusader, data analyst, tech, and crypto guru among others, says all interested ladies need to do is drop an emoji.
Throwback photo of a little Sarkodie pocketing and posing for a picture with his mum and brother excites fans
His post has since generated a lot of massive reactions from other two thousand people at the time of this publication.
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Below were some comments from surprised social media users.
Double the salary and benefits plus you get a new MacBook of your choice, iPhone and AirPods on resumption. But position is side chick.
Instead of all this salary and allowance, why not teach me how to make my own money so that if you leave me I go cry small
Smiling face with 3 hearts. Hope you won't mind a fashion designer's Thinking face. Better still, when you get one, I'm sure she'll like some of our clothes for sale. This goes for 11,500.
Not too long ago, social media and online news platforms were awash with the news about the government deciding to pay the spouses of both the president and the vice.
The news of the two being on government payroll going forward drew a lot of reactions from Ghanaians who taught the move was a wrong one.
YEN.com.gh however, hit the streets of Kwame Nkrumah Circle and its environs to seek the opinions of Ghanaians regarding that.