- Two Ghanaian ladies got social media talking after sharing photos of the money they were able to save in their piggy bank since the beginning of the year
- After breaking the piggy bank, the young ladies neatly arranged the cash and took pictures for their social media followers
- Ghanaians flooded the comment sections of the two posts to share their thoughts
Two young Ghanaian ladies have taken to social media to share what they found in their piggy bank as December approaches.
One of the ladies with the Twitter handle @ikejnr_23 said she started saving from January 1, 2020, and stopped on December 21, 2020.
Sharing pictures of the Ghanaian cedi notes, the other lady with the handle @Bena_hemaa said she is aware that what she saved is small.
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Taking to the comment section of @ikejnr_23's post, @roxie_poxi wrote:
"Please there is no way u just put these notes into an easily retrievable transparent container from January 1st till now."
"This no be your money. Go and sleep!"
"Who drops 200gh notes in a susu box."
Reacting to @Bena_hemaa's post, tweep with the handle @Phhhhenomenal wrote:
"Unpopular opinion but you could have gotten some toppings if it was a bank savings."
"It's the determination to overlook that container everytime you needed coins. Well-done."
"That's the power of savings. Don't overlook any amount; little by little, it grows."
In other news, two daughters of a Nigerian journalist, Henry Ifeanyi Ojelu, have not been able to contain their joy after realising that their little effort is now enough to provide a meal for the entire family.
The two children, Ada and Ezinne, according to their father, had playfully planted a yam seedling in an unusual space beside their kitchen in March 2020, just as the lockdown began.
Ojelu, who posted the photographs of the harvest and the children on Facebook, expressed bewilderment, an indication that he may not have expected the result of his daughters' collective action.
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