YEN.com.gh has learned that Akosua Smart, wife of celebrated radio presenter, Captain Smart, has made a rare appearance at the premises of the radio station.
Akosua left her nine –months old baby with her mother-in-law and stormed the studios of Adom FM after a story of a man who married a woman after she suffered from stroke was being discussed.
The man, 61-year-old Thomas Dorkenoo, was about to marry the woman of his dreams when the unfortunate incident befell her.
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According to Thomas, “we had prepared to do our wedding when just a week before the ceremony, my wife-to-be entered the bathroom only to shout my name, saying she was dying; I rushed there but before she could tell me anything, she passed out.”
Per a report by adomonline.com, Thomas called for help and rushed her to the hospital till doctors were able to revive her, but she, unfortunately, suffered the stroke after treatment.
They then got married after he boldly told the priest that she is the woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with.
Captain Smart and his wife have meanwhile blessed the Dorkenoos in a special way with an all-expense-paid trip to Accra as well as assorted gifts such as rice, drinks, tins of milo, shopping vouchers and an undisclosed amount of money.
In other news, latest reports coming in suggest that over 35,000 Ghanaians are currently in Libya and are doing everything possible to head to Europe.
The International Organization for Migrations (IOM) report that they form part of a group of migrant numbering about 636,426 who are determined to embark on the dangerous journey.
The Ghana News Agency reports that the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has issued a press statement in commemoration of the International Day for Migrants.
It quoted the IOM as saying that almost 3,400 migrants and refugees around the world lost their lives in the year 2018.
The CRS explained that it is working hard to ensure that migrants enjoy a dignified life.
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