- A man has sought help after discovering that his wife of one week is three months pregnant
- According to him, they both decided to stay away from sex eight months to their wedding
- The man said he was heartbroken to hear the news, an indication that his wife was having an affair with someone else before they got married
- Ghanaians are angry at the revelation by the man and have pushed for divorce
A Ghanaian man has been left confused after his wife of one week told him that she was three months pregnant.
According to the broken man, before their week-old marriage, he and his wife decided that they would stay away from sex eight months into their union.
Therefore, it came as a rude shock to him to be told by the wife that she was three-months pregnant.
He wrote to popular social media marriage counselor, Papa Bondze-Mbir, asking for advice since he was going mad at the revelation.
The man believes that his wife had been sleeping with someone else behind his back when they had all agreed to stay away from sex with each other until after marriage.
He wrote briefly as sighted by YEN.com.gh on Bondze Facebook page:
“Hello David,I got married last week, and the woman I had not had sex with in eight months (a decision we both took to wait until after marriage) just told me she’s three months pregnant. I don’t know what she wants me to do with this information”
His post has attracted massive reactions from some social media users.
Kukua, for instance, urged the man to divorce his wife:
Baron described it as pure nonsense:
Akwasi also pushed for divorce:
Eno hoped the man would take a good decision:
Sandra also suggested the lady be taken back to her parents:
There were other reactions which show how Ghanaians are angry and shocked at the news.
In a related news, Nollywood actor Ken Erics is said to have abandoned his marriage after 2 years.
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