Your Marriage Will Collapse If You Don't Cook For Your Husband — Maame Dokono Advises Bitter And Angry Social Media Feminists

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Social media was set ablaze two days ago when Lawyer Ace Ankomah schooled the bitter and angry social media feminists on the need to stick to what he termed as ‘home sense’ translated in the Twi language as ‘Efie Nyansa’.
Now Veteran Ghanaian actress Grace Omaboe, affectionately called Maame Dokono has added her voice to the new trend of what the bitter and angry social media feminists term as ‘flipping scripts’.

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'I'm Quite Old-Fashioned, My Wife's Kitchen Is Hers Alone' — Ace Ankomah

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At the risk of upsetting the rabid social media feminists parading around (nicknamed ‘Yaanom’ by GhanaCelebrities.Com editor Chris-Vincent Agyapong), Ghanaian lawyer Ace Ankomah laid out his advice for people looking to getting married, culled from his own experiences, as he put it.
And Ankomah, in an admittedly ‘controversial’ part of his post, described himself as an ‘old fashioned’ man who believes the kitchen belongs to his wife and he has nothing to be doing in there.

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Appiah Stadium Committed No Offence – Ace Ankomah

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Ace Anan Ankomah has slammed the arrest of NDC serial caller, Frank Kwaku Appiah, popularly called Appiah Stadium. The loud-mouthed serial caller was arrested Tuesday afternoon for calling President Akufo-Addo a ‘drug addict’. According to the private legal practitioner, while it was wrong for him to insult the president, it was not an offence. Hitting … Read more

Dutch-Ghanaian Writes On All That’s Wrong With The Ghanaian’s Approach To Work – Is He Right Or Is He Right?

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There’s no doubt there’s something fundamentally wrong with the way Ghanaians approach many things, which clearly shows in many of the problems plaguing the nation.

There’s our notoriously lackadaisical approach to being punctual, and the belief that it’s not worth applying yourself in any public sector work because ‘the job is not for your father’ – I could go on and on and on.

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