A Ghanaian man living abroad has slammed Ghanaian women for being unromantic and never buy anything for their men except to collect money while in a relationship.
The young man made the comment after his white girlfriend bought an expensive pair of sneakers for him which he proudly flaunted amidst using obscene language in describing women in Ghana.
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Meanwhile, fresh-faced Nigerian actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has shared her harrowing experience on how she almost lost her life while saving another person in a fresh interview with media personality, Chude.
The mother of four said the incident happened after a movie shoot in Festac and her husband came to pick her. A portion of what she said reads;
My husband too has been amazed by my strength, he has come to terms with it. I’ll give you an example. There was a time when we were driving.
At that time we were living at Igba, Ojo and we were driving and we had just finished shooting a movie in Festac and he came to pick me up.
So he was driving behind me, I was driving in front and we were driving on that Festac road. And I remember just between that Festac first gate and second gate, I don’t know if they were trying to kill a guy or something like that but they caught him and I saw them holding a knife.
I started shouting for them to stop. It was dark. This was around maybe 11 or 12 and I was like ‘Stop Stop Stop’. He (her husband) slammed on his break and before he could ask me “what?” maybe because he thought that someone was in front of me or whatever, he slammed on his break and before he could say anything, I just opened the door and I ran.
I wasn’t even thinking. I ran down and I started running towards the dark. He had to run down and start running after me. When I got there, I started shouting “Stop, what are you doing? What are you doing?”
Do you know when he (her husband) got there and saw what was going on, he jacked me and started carrying me. Then they got distracted and they were shocked too. They got shocked like ‘what is going on here?’ Then they looked back, saw us, and they ran. Read more here…