Woman gives 5 strong reasons why she constantly prays her husband remains broke

Woman gives 5 strong reasons why she constantly prays her husband remains broke

A married woman has opened up to relationship expert, Joro Olumofin, about the challenges she is facing in her marriage.

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The unidentified woman explained that she prefers it when her husband is poor.

This, she went on to say, is because her husband’s attitude changes whenever he gets money.

According to her, her husband loves her more and respects her whenever he has no money.

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She added that he frequently goes to church whenever he has no money.

The man, YEN.com.gh has learned, has not been to church since February 2019 because he made some money. To rub salt in wounds, she stated that several church members believe they have divorced.

The lady went on to say that she came close to tears when her husband wondered why their son was wearing trousers to school, implying he had no idea the boy is in Senior High School.

She sees herself as a single mother who is only married on paper because she often finds condoms in his car, jacket and Bible.

She, therefore, prays that God will take away his riches. This, she adds, is because she is working and has money but has no companion and therefore feels alone.

Per a report by celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, she wrapped up her complaints by explaining that her last daughter is scared of her father and doesn’t know him well because the man simply does not care.

In other news, the former African Union (AU) ambassador to the United States of America (USA), Dr. Arikana Chihombori Quao, has been spotted looking regal in Kente and jewellery.

YEN.com.gh understands that she is a medical doctor, an activist, a public speaker, educator, diplomat, founder of medical clinics, and an entrepreneur.

Information available shows that she moved to the USA after living several years in Zimbabwe.

With a Bachelor degree in General Chemistry, a Master’s degree in Organic Chemistry and a Doctor of Medicine degree, she works as the chief executive officer (CEO) of the Bell Family Medical Centres in the USA.

In her opinion, the divisions on the African continent are the cause of some of Africa’s present challenges.

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