- Kwaku Afriyie, a middleaged man has been traumatized after his wife Attah told him their 3rd born was not his
- A live radio interview in which the two partners were questioned saw Afriyie crying like a child as Attah narrated the incident
- According to Attah, she and her husband had grown apart in the marriage, which caused her to cheat
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A middle-aged man named Kwaku Afriyie has been captured in a viral video weeping like a baby as his beloved wife narrated how she broke their marital vows.
The video was taken during a radio interview on Nhyira FM as the couple was invited for questioning on a live programme.
Afriyie's wife who was identified as Attah mentioned how she had her first two children with Kwaku Afriyie. According to Attah, she did not have any trouble having her first child with her husband but the second one caused her a lot of pain.
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She said she looked after herself during her second pregnancy with little or no input from her husband.
Just two months after she was able to give birth, Afriyie told her they could no longer remain married although they did not officially go through any divorce procedure. The couple decided to stay apart from then, seeing each other once a year on the average.
Following that, Attah described how she went to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and met a man who proposed to her.
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Attah indicated that she had no-one to turn to and was vulnerable, which was why she accepted the proposal and got pregnant for the man in the process.
Attah's husband, who was wailing throughout the narration finally gathered some strength and spoke about how the trauma from hearing the news had affected him.
Afriyie said that he cannot eat or even drink water and he only sleeps for just about 10 minutes before waking up again due to the trauma.
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Watch the full interview below:
The story of Afriyie and Attah is a typical case of a moment love and marriage have birthed a very captivating news article along with a video. There have been others.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Counsellor Lutterodt has spoken about the recent marriage of Obaapa Christy, advising her to move on to another man if she encounters any problem.
The counsellor buttressed his assertion, saying Obaapa is a beautiful woman and should not allow herself to be cheapened. Lutterodt was captured making the assertions in a rather powerful and passionate video.
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