- Ghanaian business magnate, Daniel McKorley, has challenged the unfounded notion that Ga men are unromantic
- He established that although he is a polygamist, he is very romantic and passionate towards his two beautiful wives
- He challenged the perception that men from the Greater Accra Region are not romantic in a video highlighting his autobiography
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Ghanaian millionaire and business magnate, McDan, born Daniel McKorley, has challenged the stereotype that men from the Greater Accra Region are unromantic.
The chief executive officer (CEO) of the McDan Group of Companies established that, although he is a polygamist, he is very romantic to his two wives.
In a clip highlighting his autobiography titled The Path of an Eagle – Despair, Hope, and Glory, McDan opens up about his love life.
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Ga men are romantic
McDan, who is also the Board Chairman of the Ghana Trade Fair Company, said his book would cause a shift in paradigm and perception about Ga men.
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"A lot of people think that Ga men are not romantic; if you read this book, you will see how romantic I have been to both my wives.
"I adore them; I don't know that they made me romantic or I made them romantic, but in all, I think I am a very romantic and passionate man about love,'' says McDan.
Daniel McKorley is married to Abigail McKorley, his first wife, and his second wife, Roberta McKorley.
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Meanwhile, McDan has been captured cooking in a kitchen with a child strapped to his back.
The Ghanaian business titan was pictured standing in front of a cooker with a wooden ladle stirring a saucepan.
McDan posted the snaps to advocate for a world where mothers and fathers see themselves as equal partners.
In the lengthy post sighted on his Instagram page, the Ghanaian business magnate wrote:
''Sometimes, I want to believe that we live in a fair world now where mothers and fathers see themselves as equal partners. But the reality is that the majority of household work and child-raising obligations are still seen as the mother’s job.''
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