Photos of Kate the pretty lady Obaapa Christy snatched her husband hit the internet

Photos of Kate the pretty lady Obaapa Christy snatched her husband hit the internet

- Beautiful photos have emerged of Kate, Obaapa Christy's rival

- Kate has been reported as the 'former' wife of Christy's new husband, Nana Yaw Franke

- YEN.com.gh sighted the photos which are making rounds on social media

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It appears the ranging controversies surrounding Ghanaian gospel singer, Obaapa Christy’s marriage isn’t about to disappear from people’s timelines anytime soon.

In less than a month after officially she sealed her relationship with her new handsome hubby, Nana Yaw Franke, at a traditional marriage ceremony, Obaapa Christy’s marriage has been characterized by several controversies.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that the latest of these controversies is a report that her current husband, Nana Yaw Franke, had been happily married with a wife in Hamburg, Germany.

YEN.com.gh also reported that Kate, a woman claiming to be the former wife of Obaapa Christie’s new husband, has pronounced curses on her in an audio in which Kate could be heard crying while noting how Christie’s action has affected her.

Just when the issues appear to be settling, photos of Kate, the German-based woman at the center of the ongoing brouhaha have surfaced online.

Photos of Kate the pretty lady Obaapa Christy snatched her husband hit the internet

Photo credit: Facebook
Source: Facebook

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While a lot has emerged of Obaapa Christy and Franke, not many people have had the opportunity to see the broken-hearted woman.

YEN.com.gh have sighted photos of Kate which are already making rounds on social media.

Photos of Kate the pretty lady Obaapa Christy snatched her husband hit the internet

Photo credit: Facebook.com
Source: Facebook

In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported Christmas is already here and many have stashed gifts for loved ones somewhere in their homes and under Christmas trees, but it’s only reasonable you’d want to keep your family, house and the valuables safe from thieves.

Burglary cases often increase during festive seasons and it is important that people take measures to keep themselves safe. YEN.com.gh highlights some safety mistakes and some security measures you can apply to keep criminal from having access to your homes or valuables.

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