- Despite Media's Abena Moet who has been married for less than three weeks has amazed many on social media by saying marriage is not special
- In a hilarious video, she mentioned that in a marriage, the husband just sends the wife anyhow
- She was spotted in the video looking over her shoulders to be sure her husband was not listening
Popular Ghanaian social media personality, Abena Moet, has caused a stir with her impression of marriage after been married for barely three weeks.
In the hilarious footage making rounds on social media, Abena Moet indicated that from what she has seen, when you get married as a lady, your husband only sends you anyhow he desires.
She was seen in the video looking over her shoulder to make sure that her newly wedded husband was not eavesdropping on her recording.
See the video below:
Abena Moet got married in a plush wedding that went viral on March 27, 2021.
Later, news broke that Despite Media and Okay FM's Abena Moet, known in real life as Lordina Obeng had spoken following her near-fatal accident over the weekend.
In a series of posts on her Whatsapp status, Abena Moet thanked God for saving her life and assured all her well-wishers that she was fine.
The pundit on Abeiku Santana's Drive Time show however jokingly asked all those checking up on her to send her money as well.
In a separate report by Briefly News, a 37-year-old Nigerian man who married two wives on the same day has disclosed that he made such a decision because he wanted to do what his father didn't do.
Speaking with BBC News Pidgin, Uloho Uthuko Samson said since his father only married one wife, it was expected of him to marry two wives because parents always pray for their kids to record more achievements than they did.
He said marrying two wives is advantageous because and they all understand themselves and live in harmony.
One of the wives, Evelyn, said she was happy when her man said he wanted to marry two wives. According to her, she knew the man was a womaniser before they all got married.
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