- A reverend in the United Kingdom is said to be spending lockdown with his girlfriend, wife and his mother
- The man of God identified as Reverend Bob Wiltshire split from his wife 18 months ago after 40 years of marriage
- The cleric, who is 60 years, has three kids with his wife named Sue with whom he has ten grand children
- According to a friend, Reverend Wiltshire thought he would be able to get his wife and mum out of the house but they refused
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A married cleric in the United Kingdom identified as Reverend Bob Wiltshire is said to be spending lockdown with his nurse girlfriend, wife and his mother.
The 69-year-old man of God was married for 40 years but split from his wife and mother of three eighteen months ago.
After splitting with his wife Sue, Reverend Wiltshire went to live with married nurse and mother of three Lucy Baker.
He was said to have persuaded Sue to let him and Lucy move into an annexe in the home he once shared with her (Sue), Mirror reports.
YEN.com.gh notes that a friend told The Sun: "He thought he would be able to get his wife and mum out of the house but they refused.
"When lockdown hit and he had nowhere to go, he moved his mum out of the annexe so he and Lucy could have it."
The cleric said he had no comment to make when he was asked about the allegations.
In other news, some Ghanaian COVID-19 patients in intensive care units have revealed how they doubted the reality of the novel coronavirus outbreak in Ghana until their infection.
This was made public by Desmond Oppong a gentleman who has also tested positive for COVID-19 and has been put on isolation.
He made this known on his personal Facebook handle and the post has been sighted by YEN.com.gh. Desmond narrated that getting infected with COVID-19 came as a surprise to him because he always made sure to protect himself by strictly abiding by all the required protocols.
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