Married for 35 years, Ebo Whyte and wife are still hoping for babies

Married for 35 years, Ebo Whyte and wife are still hoping for babies

Popular Ghanaian playwright, James Ebo Whyte, has revealed that he and his wife are still hoping to produce children after 35 years of marriage.

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Briefly.co.za found Uncle Ebo Whyte as he is widely called, disclosed that after 35 years of marriage, he and his wife are hopeful of bearing a child.

The celebrated playwright noted that the situation is surprising because doctors after checking he and his wife said there was nothing wrong with them medically.

He further noted that with the doctor's report, he and his wife are surprised and do not know where the exact problem is coming from.

However, Uncle Ebo said he and his wife are still trying everyday to have children since he is unruffled about the situation.

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"My wife and I are still hoping for babies after 35 years of marriage," he stated.

Whyte who is also an inspirational speaker and life coach said even though the situation is somehow worrying, he sees opportunities in such a situation.

Such opportunities, he said, was the reason he and his wife decided to adopt and cater for children who are not theirs.

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He revealed that over the years until now, he has been taking care of other people's children, some of whom are fully grown men and women now.

The playwright who is a staunch Christian revealed that since his faith is alive, he and his wife will always be expecting a miracle baby.

Whyte, speaking on abuse of women by some families in such situations of childlessness, said it is the duty of every man to defend his wife.

He further urged that the defence is necessary especially in a situation where doctors have found nothing wrong with the lady.

Whyte, by his comment, advised men to always stand by their wives when society tries to abuse them in situations of childlessness.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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