- Adwoa Yeboah Agyei has stunned many social media users with the latest photo she posted on her page
- The media personality was seen beaming with an infectious smile as she posed in what looked like her office
- Adwoa Yeboah Agyei is one of the media personalities in the country noted for her excellent command of the Twi language in news presentation
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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian media personality Adwoa Yeboah Agyei has dazzled her teeming fans and followers with a new photo of herself she shared online.
The affable media personality was seen wearing a black dress as she showed off her very pretty smile for all to see.
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Adwoa Yeboah Agyei complimented her looks with a well-plaited hairstyle which was coloured and curled at the tips.
Fans react to the photo
Many fans and followers of the popular media personality took to the comment section to react to the post.
"Fine fine woman"
deborah_ruth_gyimah also commented:
"We miss you on our tv screens oo mama"
asanteruth969ra270913 came in with the comment:
"Ei adwoa, afie yi menhunuuu wo. S3 Wo Ho y3 w'ahu"
asamoahbright09 also dropped his comment which read:
"Welcome back naaaposo"
grace.abban.146 also commented:
"Is the red hair for me"
There were many comments that showed that Adwoa Yeboah Agyei was indeed loved and adored by her fans and followers.
Ghanaian man recounts losing GHC4,500 job after wife refused him a GHC100 loan to solve issue
Meanwhile, a married Ghanaian man has shared a story of how he lost his job after his wife turned down his request to get a GHC100 loan to solve an issue he had at his workplace.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of fillaboyzdotcom, the Ghanaian man who chose to be anonymous, said his wife refused to give him the money because he owed her GCH600 earlier.
According to the post, the man indicated that he had to pay money to his company's clients but used GHC100 of that money to solve a family issue.
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