I'm marrying my girlfriend though she cheated on me - Man reveals

I'm marrying my girlfriend though she cheated on me - Man reveals

- A young Ghanaian man has disclosed he will proceed with his plan of marrying his girlfriend, although she cheated on him

- The young man revealed his soon-to-be-wife cheated on him with another man while they were courting

- He caught his fiancée in bed with the man when he returned from a trip

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A young Ghanaian man who chooses not to reveal his identity says he will proceed with his plan of marrying his fiancée, although she cheated on him.

Recounting the cause of his broken heart, the young man revealed the nature of his job demands that he travels a lot, and it was on one of these trips he returned home to meet the girlfriend in bed with another man.

I'm marrying my girlfriend though she cheated on me - Man reveals
Man reveals he will go on with his plan of marrying his girlfriend although she cheated on him with another man. Image: @crabbimedia
Source: UGC

The sight of seeing his soon-to-be-wife in the arms of another man crushed his soul.

''What hurt me most was when I asked the guy how he was related to my girlfriend, and he also said she was his girlfriend,'' he said.

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At that point, the young man wanted to kill them both, he revealed.

''I slapped her out of anger. She apologised later, and we agreed to live together while we organise ourselves to get married,'' he recounted.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the acting general manager of EIB Network, Nana Aba Anamoah, is celebrating her senior sister, Esi Anamoah's birthday with a heartwarming message.

Esi Anamoah turns a new age today, February 5, 2021.

The multiple award-winning broadcaster has thrown the spotlight on her confident-looking sister in a post on social media as she reflected on their childhood memories.

In other news, Ghanaian female painter, Agartha, is among industrious and venturesome women breaking barriers in male-dominated occupations in the informal sector.

While Agartha, like many other female professional painters, is at a disadvantage because of her gender, she is making strides to change her living condition.

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Her decision to take the paintbrush and begin working as a painter started four months ago, owing to financial difficulty.

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