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Opinion: Coach Opeele advises men to pursue wealth following 80-year-old politician’s 9th marriage to 27-year-old

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Ghanaian Coach, Isaac ‘Opeele’ Boateng, has shared his thoughts on the recent marriage of former Member of Parliament and Minister of Education, Professor Dominic Fobih, to a much younger woman. The wedding, which is reportedly Fobih’s 9th, has caused a stir on social media, with many questioning the age difference between the couple.

In a tweet, Coach Opeele advised men to focus on building their wealth, as having money will attract women to them. He suggested that money is the key to a successful relationship, as women tend to find something attractive in men who are financially stable.

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The wedding, which has been the subject of much discussion on social media, was a joyous occasion, with the couple seen happily dancing to a love song amid cheers from guests. Fobih’s new wife is said to be 27 years old.

Fobih, who was born in 1942, served as a legislator for the Assin South constituency from 2001 to 2017 on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party. He also served as Minister of Lands, Forestry, and Mines during the administration of former President John Agyekum Kufour. Fobih was once a lecturer at the University of Cape Coast.

The age difference between the couple has sparked a debate on social media, with many questioning the motives behind the marriage. Some have criticized Fobih for marrying such a young woman, while others have defended his right to marry whomever he chooses.

For the most part, the reaction to Fobih’s wedding has been mixed, with some seeing it as a celebration of love and others as a symbol of the growing trend of older men marrying younger women. Whatever the case may be, the wedding has certainly captured the attention of Ghanaians, and is likely to remain a topic of discussion for some time to come.

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