Ghana women for dating marriage
During my time in Ghana I had made a few local male friends — like Michael — who I had become close with and who knew the boundaries of the friendship. He started coming over to my house more, not just for our morning runs but dropping by during the day and even sometimes after dark.
I would make excuses that I wasn’t feeling well, and eventually started running at odd times to avoid him.
According to Michael, it’s essentially based on what each can bring to the union.Again, these traditions still occur, but less so as Ghana becomes more modernized — especially in the capital of Accra.There’s more to marriage proposals in Ghana than just what’s been stated above.Much has changed over the years, as in many communities the traditions revolving around Ghanaian marriages are becoming modernized, as locals move away from their villages, formal education becomes more important, outside religions influence the country, and certain influences from western culture seep in.According to Ghana Nation, in the past (and sometimes still) it was often tradition for a young man’s father to find him a suitable wife based on her medical history, criminal record and work ethic (the woman’s family would also look into the potential husband based on these criteria).