Ghanaian Actress Sends Strong Warning To ‘Sugar Daddies’
Ghanaian actress Kafui Danku has advised married-aged men, commonly known as sugar daddies, to stick to their wives.
The actress, married to an older Canadian man, took to Facebook to comment in the wake of the lawsuit filed by a national service person against a First Atlantic Bank senior manager.
“Ghana Sugar daddies di3r ; twea ! If you don’t understand the assignment, just sit down! Just stick to your wife”.
She posted on Tuesday, shortly after copies of the lawsuit went viral.
Social media has been buzzing after the legal action, with loads of messages posted by the lady also surfacing online.
Various personalities have been commenting on the matter, and Kafui Danku could not hold back without talking about the issue.
Her post generated various reactions on her timeline.
While some of her fans endorsed her opinion, others had contrary comments.
Some of the reactions made reference to her marriage to an older man as another fan asked Kafui whether she was speaking out of personal experiences.
Others simply posted hilarious reactions.
Deborah Seyram Adablah, a former national service person involved in the latest ‘sugar daughter’ and ‘sugar daddy’ saga, dragged her lover, Mr Ernest Kwasi Nimako, the Chief Finance Officer (CFO) of the First Atlantic Bank, to court over the failure to fulfil promises made to her.
According to the lady, Mr Nimako promised her luxurious properties, start-up capital and monthly stipends, but all these were not fulfilled during their dating period.
Consequently, she wants the court to make a judgment to compel Mr Nimako to honour his side of the bargain and redeem the promises.