- A beautiful moment has been captured on camera as a loving husband joined his wife on the street to sell juice
- The gentleman, who is the husband of Afia Adutwumwaa, had finished work when he bumped into his wife selling on the street
- According to Afia, she had taken her business to the street without informing her husband and was unsure how he was going to react, before he surprisingly joined her
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A heartwarming gesture made by a Ghanaian husband is fast going viral on social media after he alighted from his car on his way back from work and joined his wife to hawk on the street.
According to the wife, Afia Adutwumwaa, who shared the video in a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on her personal Facebook handle, she least expected her husband's reaction. Afia mentioned that she has been preparing Eku juice and decided to take a bold step and hit the traffic with it without getting her husband's approval.
Watch the video below:
Whilst busily selling her juice in traffic, her husband suddenly popped up as he was returning from work by his car. At that moment, the hardworking wife was disturbed as according to her, she thought the man would probably ask her to stop or return to her usual joint.
In an interesting turn of events, the loving husband rather decided to park his car although he was tired from work and join his beloved wife in the hustle.
"Ohene Kwesi, thanks for loving me unconditionally," the dumbfounded wife concluded the rather emotional story.
In another heartwarming report by Briefly.co.za, Afia Vida, a beautiful high school student at Teshie in Accra, has become the only female repairing phones at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra.
In a powerful video interview with SV TV Africa, the young lady also known as Mary mentioned that she has been in the business for three to four months so far.
According to her, she is in the second year and decided to get herself engaged in the business because of the Covid-19 lockdown that compelled them to be at home.
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