- Akua GMB has spoken on the reported altercation between her and Linda, the lady known as the fifth wife of Dr Kwaku Oteng
- According to her, no such conflict occurred at the funeral for the mother of her husband
- She further explained that Linda was not even invited because she is a wife
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Akua GMB, one of the wives of Angel Group and Adonk Bitters owner Dr Kwaku Oteng, has finally addressed reports that she and Linda Akosua Achiaa, another wife of the businessman, were involved in an altercation at his mother's funeral.
According to Akua GMB who is known privately as Sally Akua Amoakowaa, nothing of that sort happened.
Dr Kwaku Oteng laid his late mother, Cecilia Mensah aka Yaa Gyabuah, to rest in a funeral ceremony on March 7, 2020.
There was reported tension at the funeral as Linda and Akua GMB were said to have nearly clashed.
But n her most recent interview, Akua GMB disclosed that only the three official wives of Dr Kwaku Oteng were formally invited to partake in the funeral as in-laws.
These three, she mentioned, were MamaYaa, Nana Yaa Asantewaa, and herself adding that no other person could have performed any rites as an in-law as being speculated.
Akua GMB who works at the General manager of Angel TV further indicated the funeral was telecast live on TV and if such an altercation happened it would have been shown.
Going forward, she stated that she was not willing to be talking about such matters as well-educated people like her do not waste time on such matters.
Akua's list of three wives will come as a surprise to many as she has always been described on social media as the fourth wife of the businessman.
She reportedly gave birth with Dr Kwaku Oteng and had a plush outdooring for the baby.
Meanwhile, Akua GMB has also shared some stunning photos from the funeral.
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