- Nana Bediako, a man from Ghana who lives in the US with his wife, was recently ejected from their house by his wife
- In a video going viral on social media, the woman was seen packing out the man's clothes and pouring them out in the open street
- It is reported that the gentleman had failed to pay rent for two months, which angered his wife so much that she wanted him out of her life
A Ghanaian lady who resides in the United States with her husband, Nana Bediako, violently kicked him out in a video that is fast going viral on social media.
According to reports sighted by Briefly.co.za on celebritiesbuzz.com.gh and ghanacelebrities.com, the man in the video had failed to pay rent for two months.
The woman confirmed in the video, as she packed out her husband's clothes and threw out in the street, that she had paid the rent twice and was going to show him that she could drive him out.
See the video below:
As implied in her mannerisms, the US-based Ghanaian wife did not see why a man would live with her and she, a woman, would rather have to pay rent for two consecutive periods.
Perhaps the saddest moment in the video was when the man asked himself the words, "Nti me Nana Bediako paa nie?" which translates to, "So is this me, Nana Bediako of all people?"
That statement sent a signal that he had always been on his feet financially and things just got bad for him, only for his wife to treat him in this manner.
Before the video was cut short, Nana Bediako's wife was heard referring to her husband as a 'lady's man'.
In a separate report, Frederick Abila, a 16-year-old Ghanaian created Daily Gh Buzz, a fully customised e-commerce store which allows other vendors to sell their items for free to generate income.
Information obtained by Briefly.co.za confirms that the website has several payment options, including mobile money, which is used mostly in Ghana for online transactions.
Abila, the 16-year-old ambitious young man, is not putting any ads on the site because according to him, he undertook this project solely to help society and promote businesses.
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