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Ashanti Men don’t like Sensible And Highly Educated Women – Sally Mann Explains

Media personality Sally Mann recently discussed a common trait she believes exists among Ashanti men, stating that they often prefer women who are more traditional and submissive rather than highly educated or independent.

Mann suggested that this preference could be a contributing factor to the lower marriage rates among highly successful women.

These comments have sparked discussions, particularly in light of ongoing protests by Voltarians who feel marginalized in society.

Meanwhile, there have been incidents involving media personalities Cookie Tea and Celestine Donkor making jokes about Ewe names, leading to apologies due to backlash from the Ewe community.

TV3 Ghana presenter Cookie Tee faced criticism after an interview with gospel singer Celestine Donkor where they expressed dissatisfaction with their Ewe-sounding surnames.

They mentioned praying since childhood to find partners with “better” names to change their own, which offended the Ewe community.

In response to the backlash, Celestine Donkor issued an apology, and on the New Day Show, Cookie Tee also apologized for any offense caused.

She clarified that her comment about surnames was meant as an icebreaker and not intended to insult the Ewe tribe.

Cookie Tee expressed regret and sincerely apologized to the audience, acknowledging that her joke did not land well.

She offered her apologies to the Ewe community and all Ghanaians for any offense caused.

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