- Selly Galley, the wife of Praye Tiatia has revealed that she tried everything possible to have a child to no avail
- According to her, she has now left the battle for God as it appears she has exhausted the options available
- Praye Tiatia and the wife have been married since 2015
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Selly Galley, the wife of Big J Cartel, popularly known as Praye Tiatia, has narrated how difficult her search for a child has been but yielded no results all these years.
A news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Peacefmonline.com indicates that Selly Galley has now decided to leave the entire battle for God as all her efforts have proven futile.
In Selly's own words, “For now what I can I do is to believe in God and hope that my Maker will make a way for me because I have done everything humanly possible to have a child. I cannot kill myself because I don’t have a child. God knows why it is so.”
It is indicated that countless people have been quizzing the celebrity couple on why they have not seen any baby-bump photos or the sign of any children since the two got married.
According to Selly, she is quite unclear why many Ghanaians have chosen to be extremely concerned and worried for her and her husband over the issue.
Selly further explained that her husband, Big J Cartel, is completely understanding and Ghanaians should hold their peace. Her own words were:
"The man I am married to is not complaining so why should Ghanaians worry about it? We understand each other perfectly and that is what matters. He loves me and I love him equally.”
Selly Galley got married to Praye Tiatia, the love of her life, in 2015 and is yet to bear a child for him.
In a separate news report, the total number of the novel coronavirus cases in Ghana has jumped from 1,279 to 1,550 as 271 more cases of the global pandemic have been recorded in the country.
In the latest update by the Ghana Health Service, the total number of recoveries and deaths have also changed since the last update as they have moved to 155 and 11 respectively.
This suggests this in summary, 271 new cases have been recorded from the backlog of tests still being cleared whilst 21 more patients have fully recovered and one more person has died.
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