- Gifty Nuname, a Ghanaian woman has given a chilling experience about how her husband disappeared after their wedding
- The 32-year-old woman sat for an interview on Y’asem Nie on Adom FM and disclosed that after two years since her husband disappeared, they finally discovered his dead body
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After sharing a loved-up relationship with Stephen for so many years, Gifty Nuname and her would-be husband decided to settle down.
Gifty Nuname and Stephen, had to save for two years toward their planned nuptial.
Adomonline.com writes that the couple were both financially challenged at the time they organised their wedding.
Days to their wedding, the couple moved to stay in a room in their church’s mission house to make room for her mother-in-law.
Nuname revealed in an interview that upon arriving and setting her eye on her son, her mother-in-law started crying uncontrollably noting that she did not like the state of her son.
Even though she felt troubled in her soul, she ignored her mother-in-law’s behaviour towards her would-be husband.
A day to their wedding, Nuname recounts another weird behaviour Stephen’s two sisters displayed.
Stephen’s sisters hurled insults at her for no apparent reasons but that did not prevent her from getting married to the love of her life.
Gifty Nuname and Stephen married the next day and went to the church's mission house where they were temporally staying.
Stephen ate jollof rice left behind for him by his family because he was very hungry.
Nuname recounts that she was awoken from her sleep by some strange noise made by Stephen.
Seeing how strangely her husband was acting she started praying but had to call on her pastor because she realised her prayer were not yielding the expected results.
She ran to call her pastor to come help with the deteriorating situation.
''My pastor was able to calm him to go wear a cloth to cover himself in the kitchen only to hear a loud noise from the kitchen few minutes later. We rushed to the kitchen and realised that he had vanished leaving behind only his slippers,'' she noted.
A now tearful Nuname said, all doors to the mission house were locked and there was nowhere a person could escape out of the building without being noticed or heard of.
Nuname narrates how the whole incident happened and how her husband suddenly disappeared after she heard the kitchen of her pastor’s home bang the night before he went into thin air.
Nuname’s husband was reported dead after they found his lifeless body. He was reported to have been hit by a truck in the middle of the Tema Motorway.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young Ghanaian man who claims he studied engineering in school has revealed why he currently engages in pickpocketing as a means of survival.
He tells YEN.com.gh that pickpocketing is a daily activity he undertakes to put money in his pocket and to finally put food in his belly. The young man, who works as a part-time porter, attributed his horse-like life to lack of employment opportunities even though he has relevant skills.
In a recent interview with YEN.com.gh, he revealed he has sent in so many job applications but none yielded positive results. He described himself as a hustler who steals to fend for himself.
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