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Romance/ Re: Use This Thread To State What You Need in Ghana(e.g Job, Lover etc) by PrettyPrisi(f) : 5:16 pm On May 20

I am Priscilla Botwe, I am simple and easy going gal who likes to make new friends.


I am the newModerator of Romance and Love on this forum, and my job is to help you all find gal/guy of your dreams in Ghana

Romance/ I am Here To Help You Find Love Of Your Dream by PrettyPrisi(f) : 5:36 pm On May 20

Hello Beautiful People, My Name is Priscilla Botwe, I'm the new Moderator of the Love and Romance section of UpGhana. As an expert in relationships and Matchmaking, my job on this forum is to help everyone here get partners of their dream. This means that aside from my primary role of moderating this section, I am directly in charge of all relationship and dating requests. So I receive applications from males and females seeking decent partners from any part of Ghana, I relate with them and know who they are, the type and taste of partner that they want, and after long chain of conversation on the forum, I determine who match who and connect them.

I have been in this professionally for 2 years and that was earned the job to be the new moderator of the section. So am Happy to be here and I look forward to getting you that girl/guy of your dream

Romance/ Re: This Post is for Singles who want Serious relationship in Accra and Tema. by PrettyPrisi(f) : 10:50 pm On May 20

pinmax: Please I need a girl to be my wife. My ex left because she thought I was not going to get a job. I stay at madina and I don't mind if she's not a virgin. V sent you a message.
hi kindly upload your picture and inbox me yeah

Romance/ Do You Need A TRUE LOVE To Date or Marry? Click Here by PrettyPrisi(f) : 7:17 am On May 22

I help Single Ladies and Guys Find Perfect Match for serious relationship and marriages in any part of Ghana. Are you looking for a man who is tall, handsome, caring and responsible? Don't take a step further as I have a long list of these people who are also

looking for an amazing lady like you. With over three years of experience in this space and with my position as the Moderator of love section on UpGhana Forum, feel free to seek my assistance and I would be glad to help.

Romance/ What's The First Thing That Attracts You To The Opposite Sex? by PrettyPrisi(f) : 2:35 am On May 26

What's the first thing that attracts you to the opposite sex?

Leaks/ Shame!! Ghanaian Pastor Gets Caught Pants Down With Married Woman (Photos) by PrettyPrisi(f) : 9:15 am On May 27

Apostle Douglas Akwesi Amanor (pictured on the bed) was caught naked with Mrs Mina Adjei (pictured) a married woman and a member of his church on her matrimonial bed in Accra, Ghana.
Read the story as told by Nana Effei, from Tema, Ghana below!


“Wonders, they say, will never end indeed. Head pastor and founder of the Apostolic Good News Church International-Apostle Doglas Akwesi Amanoris been caught naked and pants down with Mrs. Mina Adjei, a married woman and a member of his church right on her materimonial bed at her EMEFS Estate residence at Lashiebi in Accra.
Mrs. Mina Adjei, is the wedded wife of Mr. Thomas Adjei- a Managing Director of an advertising company in Osu- Accra. The couple are married for nine (9) good years and blessed with two wonderful kids- a boy and a girl.
Speaking to the victimised husband upon a tip off by our newsdesk, Mr. Thomas Adjei, totally broken down in spirit and soul narrated his tragic experience to your Authoritative New Crusading GUIDE news team who followed up on the story.
“My wife and I have been having some marital problems for sometime now base on her recent attachments and relationship with other men, and over her constant nagging and reluctancy to pick the kids from school and take care of them in her shop- which is even closer to the school. She had never accepted her fault or explained to me peacefully even when caught redhanded with men in very uncompromising situations at odd times. Due to this, families and counselors advised that we seperated for a while due to her violent attitude whenever there is a little problem while the two families put heads together to resolve the issues.
On that fateful morning of Saturday May 7, 2016, at about 6:30am, I had left my hideout to the house to go and pack my belongings from the house, since my wife and I had earlier agreed that our EMEFS Estate rent had expire, and due to some hintches in business for now, we shall rather relocate into a much affordable appartment instead of renewing the rent again” he narrated.
But he said, the woman said she would not oblige to their earlier agreement, but rather claimed she has an uncle who says he would continue with the rent for her to stay in the EMEFS appartment all by herself.
He continued that, he went with a carpenter to help him fix and change some of the locks where necessary before he finally packs out since the woman says she may be staying in the house with her so-called uncle of a benefactor, till the families resolve the issues. He said, upon reaching the house, they started knocking at the main gate for sometime before a sister- in law came out to get the door.
“I greeted and entered the house as the man of the house and walked straight to our master-bedroom to knock on our bedroom door. But as I knocked for long minutes without any response at all, I then decided to push the door to see what was wrong with my wife in there, because her sister had already confirmed that she was inside.
As soon as I pushed the door opened, my wife rushed out to push it back aganst me! Wow, what is happening here- I wondered at her attitude? This gave me the idea to suspect that something fishy was definitely going on in the room, because of my past suspesion of her with other men in her car, so I decided to force the door open toenter at all cost. I then forced the door back on her, and lo and behold, here was a thick-tall dark man naked on my own materimonial bed with my wife in my room! How else could a man be traumatized in his life than this?” he lamented.
Describing his woes to the team, Mr. Adjei, underscored that, at the instance, his heart was terrified so much so that he could not move nor scream, so all he found himself doing was to start clapping his hands for them.”
He said, after some seconds, he gathered some courage and decided to take some pictures for evidence.
“But to my amazement, my shameless wife suddenly pounced on me in an attack and tore my clothes to prevent me from taking the pictures, but when she realized she couldn’t stop me, she rather ran to her so-called daddy of a pastor and stared covering his face with the man’s underwears- shouting, ‘Daddy don’t allow him to take ur face!”, he elaborated.
Mr. Adjei, who said he gathered all the courage not to be violent in the act continued that he left the scene quietly when he realized the wife was trying to be violent to cover up her shame and went back to his hideout to avoid any false accusations of assault.
He said, he managed to go to his own church the next day- Sunday May 8, and then reported the case to the Larshibi Vivian Farm police who later arrested the two who were granted bail the next day. The case has since been with the DOVVSU Department of the station for further resolvation.
According to Mr. Adjei however, had been the fact that, the wife is rather shamelessly going round tanishing his image and rather painting him so black to the world without any shame.
Every effort made by our team to contact the two accused persons (the wife and the pastor) for their sides of the story had proven futile, since all their known lines have been swiched off. The only available contact of Mrs. Adjei had also rang countlessly without any response.
Meanwhile, the police has given a confirmation of the case been reported to the Vivian Farm station at Larshibi, but says the case is under investigation and so they would want to hold on to their commits and further details for now. We shall however relentlessly continue to follow up this story to abreast our readers as it unfolds.

Romance/ Re: I am Here To Help You Find Love Of Your Dream by PrettyPrisi(f) : 6:23 am On Jun 01

LoverBoy: @moderator prettypris, pls did you get my payment for the premium service?


Yeah....80 right? I have talked to her and she has consented. I will forward you her digits immediately. Quick warning..remember she is still 19 with no dating experience so handle and treasure her with care.

Romance/ Re: This Post is for Singles who want Serious relationship in Accra and Tema. by PrettyPrisi(f) : 6:26 am On Jun 01

LoverBoy: @moderator prettypris, pls did you get my payment for the premium service?

Yeah....80 right? I have talked to her and she has consented. I will forward you her digits immediately. Quick warning..remember she is still 19 with no dating experience so handle and treasure her with care.

Romance/ Re: Do You Need A TRUE LOVE To Date or Marry? Click Here by PrettyPrisi(f) : 6:30 am On Jun 01

LoverBoy: @moderator prettypris, pls did you get my payment for the premium service?


Yeah....80 right? I have talked to her and she has consented. I will forward you her digits immediately. Quick warning..remember she is still 19 with no dating experience so handle and treasure her with care.

Romance/ HAPPY NEW MONTH, Ghana! by PrettyPrisi(f) : 6:28 pm On Jun 01

Happy new month beautiful Ghanaians! Wish you all fruitful June. May you find soul mate and love of your life this month

Romance/ Re: Do You Need A TRUE LOVE To Date or Marry? Click Here by PrettyPrisi(f) : 4:53 am On Jun 05

alberncyril: my name is Albern Cyril,i need a true lover

Cute...Welcome..u can inbox me

Romance/ 31 Most Romantic Love Quotes to Melt Your Girl's Heart by PrettyPrisi(f) : 5:15 am On Jun 05

This is the month of love and definitely the right time to win your angel's heart with these lovely and romantic quotes that will melt her heart like never before.



These lines are beautiful and enlightening. They’re not just something you say to make your partner blush; these lines are a written interpretation of how you feel, spoken eloquently by people who have a knack for prose and poetry.

This piece compiled via Lovepanky will give you all you need.

1. “When I am old and alone, I will remember that I once held something truly beautiful.” – Joe Dunthorne, Submarine

2. “I loved her against reason, against promise, against peace, against hope, against happiness, against all discouragement that could be.” – Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

3. “We loved with a love that was more than love.” – Edgar Allan Poe, “Annabel Lee”

4. “Do I love you? My god, if your love were a grain of sand, mine would be a universe of beaches.” – William Goldman, The Princess Bride

5. “When you love something, it loves you back in whatever way it has to love.” – John Knowles, A Separate Peace

6. “You are my sympathy—my better self—my good angel—I am bound to you with a strong attachment. I think you good, gifted, lovely: a fervent, a solemn passion is conceived in my heart; it leans to you, draws you to my center and spring of life, wrap my existence about you—and, kindling in pure, powerful flame, fuses you and me in one.” – Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

7. “You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how.” – Margaret Mitchell, Gone With the Wind

8. “Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” – Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights

9. “I have waited for this opportunity for more than half a century, to repeat to you once again my vow of eternal fidelity and everlasting love.” – Gabriel García Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera

10. “He stepped down, trying not to look long at her, as if she were the sun, yet he saw her, like the sun, even without looking.” – Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

11. “I want you to have your own thoughts and ideas and feelings, even when I hold you in my arms.” – E. M. Forster, A Room With A View

12 “And when one of them meets with his other half, the actual half of himself, whether he be a lover of youth or a lover of another sort, the pair are lost in an amazement of love and friendship and intimacy.” – Plato, The Symposium

13. “Love had caught him out of triviality and Maurice out of bewilderment in order that two imperfect souls might touch perfection.” – E.M. Forster, Maurice

14. “He was my North, my South, my East and West, my working week and my Sunday rest.” – W.H. Auden, “Stop All the Clocks”

15. “If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day, so I never have to live without you.” – A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh

16. “I’ve loved another with all my heart and soul; and to me, this has always been enough.” – Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook

17. “To love or have loved, that is enough. Ask nothing further. There is no other pearl to be found in the dark folds of life.” – Victor Hugo, Les Misérables

18. “You gave me a forever within the
numbered days, and I’m grateful.” – John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

19 .“If I were to live a thousand years, I would belong to you for all of them. If we were to live a thousand lives, I would want to make you mine in each one.” – Michelle Hodkin, The Evolution of Mara Dyer

20. “If all else perished, and he remained, I should still continue to be; and if all else remained, and he were annihilated, the universe would turn to a mighty stranger.” – Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights

21. “Soul meets soul on lovers’ lips.” – Percy Bysshe Shelley, Prometheus Bound

22. “You are my heart, my life, my one and only thought.” – Arthur Conan Doyle, The White Company

23. “Each time, you happen to me all over again.” – Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence

24. “I do love nothing in the wo
rld so well as you—is not that strange?” – William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing

25 “If it weren’t for her, there would never have been an empty space, or the need to fill it.” – Nicole Krause, The History of Love

26. “Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be.” – Robert Browning, “Rabbi Ben Ezra” [Read: 11 profound relationship quotes anyone can relate to]

27. “I look at you and I would rather look at you than all the portraits in the world…” – Frank O’Hara, Having a Coke With You

28. “When we love, we always strive to become better than we are. When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too.” ? Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist

29. “I have a million things to talk to you about. All I want in this world is you. I want to see you and talk. I want the two of us to begin everything from the beginning.” – Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood

30. “It was love at first sight, at last sight, at ever and ever sight.” – Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita

31. "You've gone deep in my heart where no feet could reach and I smile at the sound of your voice because it gives me waves of unfiltered yearning, making me seek you like food" – Alexander Thandi Ubani

Now, go grab a bottle of wine. Light some candles. Sit your partner down and recite the words that you think best describe your affection. No need to wear a costume—unless that’s what you’re into.

Religion/ Re: What Is Your Reaction When Jehova Witnesses Knock On Your Door? by PrettyPrisi(f) : 5:48 pm On Jun 06

If I have time, I welcome them but not to the point of having a conversation since I am not that interested. However, I always collect their awake cos i find it really educating and informative.

Family/ Happy Birthday!!!! by PrettyPrisi(f) : 6:00 pm On Jun 06

Since birth days are significant and cherished moments of our lives, I have created this thread for it. So we use it to felicitate and rejoice with members on their birth days. As a one Ghanaian Family, this forum cares a lot about every member.

Who is having birthday today? Let me check... shocked shocked

Family/ Re: Happy Birthday!!!! by PrettyPrisi(f) : 6:08 pm On Jun 06

Happy birthday EVANS TEYE (POPE1GH) !!!

Romance/ My Friend is Divorcing Just 4 Months After Borrowing 12000 GHS for A White Wedding… by PrettyPrisi(f) : 2:36 pm On Jun 08

White weddings have become the epitome of love; something which used to be the playground of the affluent has become a necessity for even the poor.

It’s no more a luxury—every woman and perhaps man wants to have a white wedding and this is simply because, the societal conditioning has worked so well.

Growing up, weddings used to be every girl’s dream and like most dreams, not every girl really lived to see it in manifestation at her backyard. And that was normal; no one died or killed herself over not having her fairy tale wedding dream come to pass.

In fact, even as a child, we knew we wouldn’t necessary get that—it remained a wild wish which we sometimes discussed. But today, the conversation is always about weddings: from salons to the road side waakye joint, where two or three young women have gathered, the wedding aroma is in their midst.

It’s just not only the conversational pressure which is causing the havoc, several wedding planning companies have emerged, beautiful and expensive wedding venues have cropped out with attractive advertisements—and more importantly, the church has become the biggest endorser of exorbitant weddings, encouraging those who can and cannot afford to take this path.

There’s no month that my church will not host a full or quasi-white wedding.

Here, if the words of those who mount the podium each Sunday are not enough to coerce anyone, the happenings are loudly enough to define your path—and make you think that, weddings are the only way forward. Therefore, settling for anything less than the white man’s way of marriage is an insane compromise on your human dignity.

The wedding advertisements are all over and various churches have special prayer days for those seeking for marriage—with pastors promising each and everyone that their white wedding is just hanging in the air above their heads, soon, it will land.

If up to this stage you are so thick not to have realized what I’m driving at; then let me make it simpler for your f**king retarded mind. I am saying, society and its institutions have succeeded in coding white weddings into our DNAs—aggressively and subtly pressuring us all to walk towards this path.

It’s been cunningly done in such a way that most women today believe it’s an entitlement, not a gift which solely rests on affordability and grace.

One of my male friends with whom I graduated from the University of Ghana less than 5 years ago got married about four months ago in Accra—at a pink and blue themed wedding which cost Mr and Mrs’ entire savings account plus a loan of 12000 GHS.

It was a beautiful wedding; simple but elegant—quiet but amazing.

The woman that I am loved it but considering my financial strength and being in the known as to that of my friend, I kept wondering how the young graduates were affording such a profligate marriage ritual on the day of the wedding.

Of course my honest concern about this did not stop me from eating and drinking as much—and even took home two takeaway plastic bowls for dinner and then the other to be eaten the next morning.

In return, I had wrapped a mug that my sister brought from Spain that she didn’t really like as my wedding gift. That’s all I gave out; after all, they had their money and wanted to blow it on a white wedding, I was just expected to grace the occasion in my tall heels and help them spend their money.

My friend is in his late 20s—let me mention it, he is 29 and the wife is 27. They are all graduates, still in their first employment. They have no investments and have not even asked about the price of a land or any property. They are part of the pack of hustlers who fight over trotro each morning to get to work—-yet, they managed to stage such a ‘classic’ wedding which was officiated by 3 pastors from their various churches.

I am certain they went through weeks of counselling and I am also sure, none of the counselors bordered to examine their financial strength, their readiness to host this grand ceremony financially—or where they were getting the funds from.

If they actually evaluated this and gave the go ahead for these two young adults to start a life in debt, so they can fulfill a childhood fairy tale which somewhat has been entrenched into our adult minds by society, then thee counselors must have a huge stone in their heads called conscience.

According to my friend, it’s been one quarrel after another since they got married—and since his wife moved to live with him, in the boys quarters of the not completed building of his parents. The newly married couple moved in to live with the parents of the man and were given food on weekdays when they had to work by these parents. Surely, they contributed financially to groceries and bills…

This may sound weird and a little uncomfortable for you if you have your thinking faculty still in place but this is totally not strange or a case in isolation. It’s even worse than this for some newly wedded couples—a lot of them move in to squeeze themselves in a small chamber and hall at remote sessions of Accra.

Poster in Accra, Ghana
Poster in Accra, Ghana
Several posters are all over Accra, calling those who are single to come for the key to their marriage—neglecting the crucial factor, which is, the sustainability of marriage and the financial horsepower needed to keep a marriage in place.

Instead of society teaching young adults that white weddings remain a luxury, belonging to those who have the exponential means, they present this fantasy in abstract as though it’s for each and everyone on the spectrum of financial potency.

Somewhere in Germany, another classmate of mine got married last year to a handsome Italian man and from what she told me, their marriage which is equally legal cost them less than 500 Euros—and their marriage followed a great achievement, that’s they’ve bought their first property together.

Back in Ghana; the status of a woman is defined by marriage and even that, those who get to have a white wedding occupy the upper-echelon. It’s no more a subtle conversation, the church is bold on this and the family is pretty loud on this too.

If a young man has to borrow or clear all his savings account to marry you; then that’s a recipe for disaster—it’s unhealthy, unnecessary and grossly stupid. Unfortunately, this is abundantly happening, an indication that many of us are possessed by the white wedding demon that has taken hostage of our reasoning faculties.

I am deeply sad my friend’s marriage hasn’t worked—I would have at least been happy if his debacle was going to serve as a catalyst of change, but I know it wouldn’t. Society and its many institutions have failed many people in this quarters and as such, many more will fall for the ostensible relief and high status white weddings grant.

Perhaps, it’s for the good that some of us are struggling to even have a stable boyfriend—because, financially, we can’t even afford a decent 3 square meals, let alone contribute to a white wedding.

Leaks/ 30 Shocking Photos as Accra sinks in flood again by PrettyPrisi(f) : 11:13 pm On Jun 10

Torrential rains since Thursday morning has left large parts of Accra in terrifying floods.

The 2015 GJA Photojournalist David Andoh has captured 30 scenes at Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra where flood waters have brought the city to a standstill.

There is a lingering fear that June 9, 2016 could be a repeat of the deadly June 3 flood disaster.

Click below to view photos



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Politics/ See The Shocking Revelation Prez Mugabe made about Prez Mahama by PrettyPrisi(f) : 11:23 pm On Jun 10

“Mahama did nothing as an Ecowas chairman in helping curb the rebellion situation in Nigeria and the rest of African countries suffering in the hands of rebels on this continent..."



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Health/ Re: New Stem Cell Treatment Leaves Scientists “Stunned” As Wheelchair-Bound Stroke Patient Walks Again by PrettyPrisi(f) : 1:41 am On Jun 11

Really laudable work!

Romance/ Wife Catches Her Husband With Mistress And Beat The h3ll Out Of Her (photos) by PrettyPrisi(f) : 6:30 pm On Jun 13

Indeed h3ll has no fury like a woman scorned. This young lady in a video that has gone viral learnt the hard way that the saying is true, after she was attacked and humiliated in public by the wife of the man she was having an affair with. It seems the wife had been trailing them for a while. She Went with someone to capture the action as she finally busted them this time around. She proceeded to teach the poor lady a lesson. The friend of the wife, pictured in trousers actually led her to where the husband and the mistress had just finished catching fun and were about to leave.



However, the husband seemed to side with the mistress as he rescued her from the claws of her enraged wife. That's the cheating husband in blue t-shirt. It took the support of another man to hold the woman down from wrecking more havoc on the mistress. The mistress was eventually whisked away on a bike before the wife catches up with her again. See screen-shots below..

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