- A Ghanaian woman identified as Malwin Amoako Sosu has honoured her husband for marrying her
- The grateful mother revealed that her hubby, Michael Sosu, married her despite knowing that she has a son with Cerebral Palsy
- Malwin sat for an interview with TV3
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Malwin Sosu, a Ghanaian mother with a Cerebral Palsy son has lauded her now-husband, Michael Sosu, for marrying her despite the current condition of her child.
The mother of one, who had been divorced recounted her ordeal to celebrate her current husband on Father’s Day.
Malwin said before she finally met her current husband, she and her son were rejected by the men who came her way because of her ailing son.
According her, until she met her now-husband, Michael Sosu, her Cerebral Palsy son was stereotyped and rejected not just by society, but also, the men who had expressed interest in her.
According to her, the men jilted her after they got to know she has a son with Cerebral Palsy.
Speaking in an interview, Malwin Sosu, told TV3 that that she never thought that any man would marry her again.
She said Michael Sosu, a taxi driver, tied the knot with her despite knowing that she has an ailing child.
She described her husband as ''a gift from God''.
Malwin reveals that her Michael has been loving and supports her financially.
The visibly excited mother said she wanted society to emulate her husband for not discriminating against her and her Cerebral Palsy son.
Malwin Amaoko Sosu eulogised her husband on Father’s Day in the video below.
In other story, a young Ghanaian man identified as Nana Tea has shared stunning images of his twin boys along with his truth about how he encountered his now-wife on social media.
According to the proud father of two lovely twin boys, he first met his wife Atta Maame Barbie Rhiano, on Facebook and their relationship grew from there.
Recounting his loved-up story on Facebook, Nana Tea, revealed that their thriving relationship which blossomed into marriage started on Facebook with just a ''Hi''.
According to him, he and his now-wife became friends not long after they chatted each other
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