Beautiful Ghanaian actress, Beverly Afaglo in a recent social media post has advised the youth against letting what they see on social media to influence their decisions.
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Her advice comes after some Ghanaian youths revealed plans to go to Benin for money rituals in order to live a ‘good life’.
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In her post, she wrote;
“I saw this somewhere n it’s supposed to be funny or maybe an advice to young ladies …. WRONG
Listen young ladies and young men, when we were growing up, the dream wasn’t to drive a car at age 25 or driving a man or woman crazy, yes we all did our bit of dating but at that age, the concentration was all about education or what’s next to better your life after school and most women had countless marriage proposals around this age 25-26,the boys were serious with school, apprenticeship of some sort or looking for a job.
The youth of today have changed the game, they want to change the cycle to rather start from top or jump from 0 to 100 overnight….It’ll be a great achievement if u drive your own car at 25 and u’r proud because u worked decently and diligently for it.
My dear handsome, beautiful and intelligent young men and women, don’t let social media fool u, all that glitters isn’t gold and there is honour in going thru the right Chanel to make your own money.
Last year I visited the prisons and there were many young boys in prison, why? All the reason is money, women and the fast life. We all are on different journeys, u might get there but still wait for that one thing u so desire and I’ll get there later but carrying that very thing u’v been waiting for in years(idiom) ……
Dear good girl, good boy,responsible young adult, I encourage u today not to give up cos someday soon your hardwork and decency will pay off 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽”