Woman explains being married to a pastor is a lonely journey

Woman explains being married to a pastor is a lonely journey

Rita Korankye, the wife of Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, the founder and general overseer of the Royal House Chapel in Ghana has opened up about her life as a pastor's wife.

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Religious leaders, especially pastors are known to be very influential and live a life in the spotlight, filled with responsibilities as people often look to them for directions. Life as a wife of a pastor however, is something not so many people talk about.

Rita Korankye, the wife of Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, the founder and general overseer of the Royal House Chapel in Ghana, recently shared some interesting details about her experience so far as a pastor's wife.

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Every woman wants to be a pastor’s wife but it is a lonely journey - Mrs Korankye Ankrah

Growing up, Rita Korankye revealed she wanted to be a catholic nun

In a recent interview with Lexis Bill on the Personality Profile on Joy FM. She said: “Every woman wants to be a pastor’s wife but it can be a lonely journey”.

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She also spoke about her dreams of wanting to belong to a female religious organization. “I had always wanted to be a Catholic nun…It’s something that I wanted to do…,” she revealed.

Rita Korankye who landed a job as a banker later resigned on the advice of her boss. According to her, when the boss listened to a tape of her sermon, she advised her to resign because banking wasn’t her calling.

“After she listened to my preaching she advised me to resign. ‘This is not your calling, go and help your husband’s ministry’ she told me,” she recounted.

Meanwhile, the controversial pastor, Shepherd Bushiri and his wife, Mary, have been granted bail by the Specialised Commercial Crimes Court. Bail for the couple has been set at R100,000 each. The pair face charges of fraud, money laundering and more.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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