- The wife of Kwesi Nyantakyi, Christine-Marie Nyantakyi, said she could not watch Anas’ ‘Number 12’ in full
- She said she was only able to watch “a small” part of it because she had not gathered courage to watch it all
- Mrs. Nyantakyi has urged Ghanaians to be considerate in condemning her husband
Kwesi Nyantakyi’s first wife, Christine-Marie Nyantakyi, has revealed her first reaction when she set eyes on Anas’ ‘Number 12’ video which contained scenes of her husband meddling in alleged corrupt practices.
According to her, she could not bring herself to watch the full video and so she watched just a “small” part of it.
Mrs. Nyantakyi said from the little she saw about how her husband was talking, she believed "that is not my husband".
The beautiful wife of Nyantakyi indicated that she suspected her husband was under a spell.
“I have not gathered the courage to watch the full video, because the small that I watched, I knew that the way he is talking; that is not my husband; something might have gone wrong,” Christine-Marie said, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Citinewsroom.com.
She further revealed that in a bid to stop the video from being screened to the public and the world at large, they paid an amount of $100,000.
However, that amount was returned to them in bits after the video was broadcast.
Mrs. Nyantakyi revealed that $40,000 was returned with the remaining $60,000 being brought back to them later.
“They brought $40,000 first; and then later on, they brought $60,000 dollars after they showed the video,” Christine-Marie revealed.
In a related development, the wife of the embattled former GFA Boss has urged Ghanaians to be considerate in criticising and condemning his husband.
According to her, anyone caught in her husband situation would not survive it given the fact that all human beings are imperfect.
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