- An Indian man married to a Ghanaian lady has reflected on their four years of marriage and 14 years of friendship
- The young man identified as Amit Patel says people tried to discourage them by telling them that their union would not work
- According to Patel, people told them that their families would not accept their union
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Amit Patel, an Indian man married to a Ghanaian lady, has reflected on their four years of marriage and 14 years of friendship.
Patel took to his LinkedIn page to make the reflection, noting that many people told them that their union would not work.
He wrote: "Along the way many told us it wouldn’t be possible, our families wouldn’t accept it, our cultures will clash, we will be disowned... the list is endless.
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"This week we celebrate our 4 year anniversary as a married couple. 4 years from the day on which #IndiaMeetsGhana was birthed. This week we wanted to switch off and have some down time however it’s been so difficult to do so."
Patel said he and his wife are so passionate about campaigning for racial equality, adding that it feels like they are fulfilling purpose.
In other news, a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @SamSoja has proposed to a lady he met on the microblogging site two years after sliding into her DM.
The lady identified with the Twitter handle @_Olayimika took to her page to make the disclosure on Tuesday, August 4.
She shared the screenshot of the conversation that turned out to be the beginning of their friendship.
The young man initiated a conversation on a Monday morning and admitted that he was sliding into her DM on Monday morning, a day that is generally known as the busiest day of the week.
After the young man's admission, @_Olayimika told him that his sliding into her DM on a Monday morning was a sign of goodness as if knowing that he would be engaging her two years later.
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