Ghanaians are nosy people. And they get even nosier when a couple is involved.
If you have not felt the pressure of Ghanaians prior to your wedding, you will surely feel that pressure after the wedding. Less than a month into your wedding or after your honeymoon, your neighbour would start dropping explicit hints about when you'd be expecting your first child.
And the most disturbing this is, they wouldn't even contribute to the welfare of the said child when he is born.
But the pressure doesn't even stop there, here are the 8 hilarious ways Ghanaians react to the number of children a couple has, as according to this FB post;
1 Child - "Oh add one more. You child will be lonely"
After pushing you into delivering your first child, Ghanaians would now start pressuring you into getting another child to keep the current one company. And this would be just three months after your first child is born.
2 Children - "Very cute but add one more wai"
This gravity of this varies with the gender of the children. For a boy and girl, most Ghanaians would pressure you into getting another child to keep each gender company, thus four. However, for two children of the same gender, they would start pushing you to diversify.
3 Children - "Normal. God has blessed you ooo"
This is an optimum number for most Ghanaians. The pressure would drastically reduce as most people would see the number as normal.
4 Children - "Maybe the last one was a mistake. 3ny3 hwiiii"
Just know that you are on the verge of breaking the back of your neighbours, they would begin to feel like you have too many children. But four is a number that has generally been accepted.
5 Children - "Aden? You and your husband don't know family planning eh"
And here comes the "side-eyes" and constant whispers behind your back.
6 Children - "Moho y3 mo d3 paaa. Aden football team anaaa?"
You have officially crossed the barrier and broken that sound barrier on nosy Ghanaians. They wouldn't hesitate to call you out for the number of children you have at this stage.
7 Children - "Do you think we are in the olden days where we gave birth to plenty children so we can take them to farm?"
This is where you start seeing how quickly people who pressured you into childbirth can begin to loathe you for it.
8 Children - "Mmmoa mo ny3 serious..."
You're an OUTCAST at this stage, you haff join bad gang now. Yen p3 wo biom!
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