Tuesday, August 3, 2021

‘Marry your jobs; women will leave you if you’re poor’ – Ken Agyapong advises young men

According to Assin-Central Member of Parliament, , women don’t stay where there’s no money.

Hence, he advised the young men in  to ‘marry’ their jobs and make money. Else, while in poverty, they should not expect their women to stick around them.

“You should marry your job. That’s the second key to success. [The first is’ honest] and hard work. You should marry your job before your wife,” he said on Net 2 TV.

“A woman will leave if you don’t have cash. Take it from me. If you are not serious about your job and plan about it every morning, your business will collapse.

“Marry your job and when the money starts coming, your wife will see you as a serious man. Some of these Ghanaian men, when they make small money they want to compete with guys like me.”

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