“Wearing a ring while you are single can drive away your God-given husband” – Chairman COKA advise Ladies

Odeneho Kwaku Appiah, a prominent member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ashanti Region, commonly known as Chairman COKA, has offered advice to young women about being assertive in relationships.

He strongly encourages them to confidently reject men they are not interested in, rather than resorting to wearing rings as a means of deterrence.

Chairman COKA believes that it is more beneficial for women to communicate their lack of interest, rather than misleading men by wearing rings that signify a false commitment.

He warns that this deceptive behavior could potentially drive away their destined life partners, as well as have negative spiritual and physical consequences.

“Ladies, have the courage to say no to any man who expresses romantic interest in you if you do not reciprocate those feelings.

Wearing a ring without being married may prevent your true soulmate from finding you. This act can have serious implications on both a spiritual and physical level,” Chairman COKA emphasized.

His message is clear: honesty and transparency in relationships are crucial. Rather than resorting to misleading tactics, women should be upfront and honest about their feelings in order to attract the right partner.

Chairman COKA’s advice serves as a reminder for young women to prioritize authenticity and integrity in their interactions with others.


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