Avoid Extra-Marital Affairs, Some Women Carry Bad Luck – Ghanaian Actor Advises Young Men


Ghanaian actor and producer, Eddie Nartey, has offered advice to young men, urging them to avoid extramarital affairs.

In a recent post on his Instagram account, Nartey said that certain women bring bad luck into the lives of the men they sleep with

He went on to say that males should acquire self-control and should zip up, regardless of how gorgeous a lady may appear.

He counselled married people to be faithful to their husbands since infidelity causes mountains of suffering in their lives. He made it quite evident that, if they closed their zips, these men would not perish

The actor also offered practical dating advice to ladies, urging them to carry cash along with them when invited on a date by a man.

Eddie’s counsel aimed to empower women and promote a sense of financial independence, encouraging them to be prepared for any situation that may arise during a date.

In a society where traditional gender roles often influence expectations around dating, Nartey’s advice challenges the norm, emphasising the importance of self-reliance.

By suggesting that women carry cash, he advocates for preparedness rather than dependency, fostering a mindset of equality in relationships.