Photo of Jackie Appiah with her ex-husband in good times pops up on the internet

Photo of Jackie Appiah with her ex-husband in good times pops up on the internet has sighted a photo of actress Jackie Appiah with her former husband Peter Agyemang.

Jackie Appiah and her ex-husband were being joined together in a customary marriage back then in 2005.

Jackie Appiah’s ex-husband looks fashionable as he is spotted wearing a white earring.

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Mr. Peter Agyemang also wore an all-white suit and obviously a trouser to look like an angel for their marriage.

Jackie on the other hand wore an attire made with the locally manufactured Kente cloth.

She was captured looking away while her husband looked at her as if she was shy of him.

The look on Mr. Peter Agyemang face showed that he was indeed happy about their marriage and was admiring his wife very much.

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Unfortunately, the marriage couldn’t hold after some years and had to be cut short for reasons cannot confirm.

Rumours also have it that Jackie Appiah before their marriage had just bore a son to Mr. Agyemang also called Damien Peter Agyemang who was born in 2005.

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Jackie Appiah is one of Ghana’s most revered actresses who has carved a niche for herself in the industry both here in Ghana and Nigeria.

Jackie has acted in a lot of movies alongside heavyweight actors and actresses include Van Vicker, Yvonne Nelson, Nadia Buari, Majid Michel, and Kofi Adjorlolo, just to mention a few.

However, not much is known about Mr. Peter Agyemang who seemingly coiled back into shells after their marriage ended in divorce.

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