Being in prison has taught me to respect my wife - ex-convict shares his story

Being in prison has taught me to respect my wife - ex-convict shares his story

- A man in Ghana named Ohene Kofi Agyekum has revealed that he gained a lot of respect for his wife after having to spend time in prison

- Kofi said in a video interview with Crime Check Foundation that when he was previously free & had money, he paid no regard to his wife

- However, when he was convicted after a failed investment & his wife stayed strong to support him, Ohene came to his senses

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Ohene Kofi Agyekum, a Ghanaian ex-convict has revealed how spending time in prison caused him to start seeing the need to really respect his wife.

In an interview with Crime Check Foundation monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kofi Agyekum revealed that prior to getting imprisoned, he had little regard for his own better half.

Kofi indicated that he never spent on his wife but rather, he spent on other women, alcohol and friends who never advised him to do the right thing.

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Along the line, the gentleman invested quite a huge amount of money into a car investment deal that fell through and he got convicted as the money did not privately belong to him.

Interestingly, after mistreating his wife for so long, Kofi was not abandoned by his woman when he got convicted.

“When I got the problem, I could not tell my wife because I was shy about it and the fact that I never respected and treated her right was another thing.
"But my wife provided me with all the support. She visited me and we spoke on phone often. I had to tell her not to come here because she can use that money to take care of our four children," he explained.
Being in prison has taught me to respect my wife - ex-convict shares his story
Being in prison has taught me to respect my wife - ex-convict shares his story Source: Crime Check Foundation
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