- A young wife has disclosed that her husband is planning to marry another lady without her knowledge
- The heartbroken wife discovered this in an anonymous letter her husband sent to Abena Manokekame, revealing his hidden agenda
- The husband cited his wife's non performance in bed as reason for his escapade, but the lady refutes this claim vehemently
A young Ghanaian wife who went anonymous to reveal a problem in her marriage has recounted how she discovered her husband was planning to marry another lady on her blind side.
In the full story that was published on abenamagis.ga, the lady mentioned that she found out about the hidden agenda after her husband gave his phone to his sister without deleting some messages.
One of those messages was a text he once sent to the same online relationship advisor, Abena Manokekame, indicating that he found another lady he was planning to marry.
Interestingly, the reason given by the man for wanting another wife was that the new lady gave him such a great time in bed, something his wife is unable to.
According to the heartbroken wife, she has been doing everything possible to satisfy her man, except for the fact that she is always stressed from being the breadwinner in their home.
"It's not that I'm not good in bed. I was the only one working but still come home to do chores so I got very tired after that. He would be home all day but refuse to do anything and be sleeping all day," she recounted.
Meanwhile, a 45-year-old Ghanaian woman named Maame Serwaa has spent 43 years of her life walking on her knees because she suffered from polio, a medical condition at age two.
When Maame Serwaa was struck by the disease at the young age, it is reported that the doctors gave her 30 injections that ended up weakening her limbs to the point that she could never walk on them.
In a short documentary obtained by Briefly.co.za on the YouTube channel of Bones Man TV, it is indicated that despite her predicament, the 45-year-old has three children she takes care of all by herself.
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