Woman who claims brother has been 'charmed' seeks help to eliminate sister-in-law

Woman who claims brother has been 'charmed' seeks help to eliminate sister-in-law

A Ghanaian woman, Alberta Viala Owusu, alleging that her brother has been charmed by his wife, took to Facebook to request for help on how to get rid of her sister-in-law.

Viala Owusu, a Ghanaian took to Facebook to vent her frustration and help on how to get rid of her sister-in-law, claiming that her brother has been charmed by his wife.

On Tuesday, May 21, 2019, Viala, who appeared desperate wrote: “I honestly need help [and] I won’t hide my ID to seek this help.”

She explained that her brother has been acting strange ever since he ate with the woman, now her sister-in-law.

She said her brother left his educated girlfriend for the plantain seller woman, who is currently his wife.

She narrated incidents he had to steal from his mother to satisfy his wife.

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Viala decried that her brother was fired from work for this same reason.

“My brother graduated from poly [and] was dating a very hard working beautiful educated lady. This lady in the picture was selling plantain [and] cassava when my mum called her in to buy some. My brother never even looked at her way for a second,’’ she recounted.

‘The next day according to my mum she came back with food and invited my brother to share with her. And he foolishly did, from that day on he fought with his educated girlfriend and kicked her out of the house. They had bought things together for marriage, my brother sold all of them for his girl,” Viala added.

Viala continued to vent her frustration: ''They had bought things together for marriage, my brother sold all of them for his girl, he stole my sisters [phone] on her wedding day for this woman, stole all of my clothes n that of my mums that she sells n made this girl sell them with her sister, [and] 5 months after that, my brother stole from his workplace and was fired.''

She disclosed that her brother used to be paid a monthly salary of GHc 2500, but stopped working.

''[He] started taking things that [are] not his [and] she sells them [and] then he went to her village without any family member [and] married this lady as his wife [and] now as am writing I need help badly to move my useless brother n this girl who can’t write her name out of my Mums house,'' her Facebook post further stated.

Viala added to her post: ''[Her brother] collects money from all of us [and] when we don’t give him, he just steals from other [and] get arrested [and] we all bring money down for his release. Please I beg you ladies, I need help to break this charm off him or I need help to kick them out of my mum's house.'''

They say ''love is blind'', as a result, issues of the heart can be difficult to understand but could easily be misinterpreted.

Hopefully, Viala, would get the love potion antidote to cure her brother of the so-called charm.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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