- A young lady named Alice Kudjo has revealed that she was wooed to fall in love with a man by the use of a charm made 'for girls'
- According to her, the man later lost interest and left her to take care of herself and their daughter, who is now six years old
- Alice Kudjo is a hardworking beautiful lady who sells clothes as her source of livelihood
Alice Maame Esi Kudjo, a lady with a six-year-old daughter, has narrated how the father of her child used charms popularly known as 'For Girls' to woo her.
In an interview with SV TV Africa, Alice expounded that she is not into men so much but she found herself madly in love with the gentleman, who took her for granted for the most part.
The lady, who comes from Winneba, said that at the tail end of their relationship, the gentleman confessed that he charmed her before leaving her.
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In her own words,
"I was so much in love with him but he later told me that he charmed me. Later, I realised it was true because when he left, the love just left me all of a sudden."
According to Alice, currently, the man does not even take care of her or their daughter properly and she has taken it upon herself to work hard and settle all the expenses.
Alice sells clothes for a living, which requires her to wake up very early in the morning to go get the items in bulk and later retail to her customers.
In other news, Isaac Donkor, a Ghanaian Bolt driver, is being hailed on social media for his courageous honesty after returning an iPhone 11 Pro Max that a passenger mistakenly dropped inside his car.
Recounting the story on his personal Facebook handle, Kofi Gbedemah indicated that when Isaac found the phone, he picked it up to receive a call that came through, assuring that he would return it.
True to his words, Isaac returned the phone all the way to Dansoman and refused to take any compensation or fuel money for his kind gesture.
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