Celebrated radio presenter at Accra-based Adom FM, Afia Pokua, also known as Vim Lady has revealed that she dates only intelligent men who are way tougher than her and that block-headed men are out of the picture.

Vim Lady said her choice of man should be bold enough to challenge her when she goes wrong adding that a man who is easily walked over cannot be her boyfriend.

She said she’s always tickled when she engages in intellectual discourse with men stressing that she doesn’t fancy men with money or good looks.

I’m tough, a man should also be tough, I go out with men, what tickles me about a man is intellectual discourse, you should be mentally strong up there. You should be able to challenge me, you be mentally strong than me, you shouldn’t be a walk over. Men are not scared of me they enjoy conversations with me, I used to be a Tom boy, the men are never afraid of me, the men are there,’ she stated.

Outlining the qualities a man should possess before she can become her boyfriend, Vim Lady explained that since she is not the most beautiful person on earth, mental strength is her weapon which she uses to her advantage.

Afia Pokua said she always wants to learn something from her partner and a man who lacks the ability to teach her new stuff will be booted out of her life.

‘My toughness is my weapon, I didn’t create myself, I’m not the most beautiful woman, so everything God gives me I build myself, even growing up I didn’t think I was beautiful, I comot am long ago, so mine is mental strength, how to build that and use that as my advantage, the beauty I didn’t get some, so a man has to be better mentally than me and challenge me, and say Afia sit down, but I won’t so you have to give me reasons why I should and then I become weak and I sit,’ she said on Hitz FM monitored by MyNewsGh.com

She stressed that she will willing cook, massage and do pedicure for a man who is mentally strong than her and who engages her in intellectual discourse be it politics, entertainment, religion, lifestyle etc.

She called on society to stop pressuring her and that she will marry at the appropriate time.

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