- A married Ghanaian man has revealed that his wife has been abusing him verbally and emotionally
- According to the man, his wife says he is not the father of their children as she claims he has a soft joystick
- The man spoke to Mama Effe on Obra on Adom TV
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A married Ghanaian man has revealed that his wife has been abusing him verbally and emotionally as she claims he has not been performing his role as the breadwinner.
Recounting his ordeal in an interview, the man complained bitterly about his wife's incessant nagging and insults.
According to him, this behaviour started after they welcomed their first child, revealing that his wife has been raining insults on him.
''Since we gave birth, any time she comes to me for anything, it turns into an altercation. When she comes for even GH₵1 and I ask her to wait, she'd rain unprintable words on me,'' he told Mama Effe on Obra on Adom TV.
The unhappy married man stressed that his wife is unyielding when his friends visit as she degrades his manhood in their presence.
''When I give her money to prepare something for my friends and me, that is when she decides to relax. She'd rain abusive words on me, claiming I have soft manhood and that that I'm not the father of our children,'' he decried.
Watch the interview below.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that 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.
The sight of seeing his soon-to-be-wife in the arms of another man crushed his soul.
In other news, Ghanaian software engineer, Anna Addei, has joined the PowerPoint team of tech-giant Microsoft.
Addei's achievement places her in an integral part of Microsoft as an African woman in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) field.
Her journey to Microsoft began with a recruitment programme at Microsoft that aims at tapping into African tech talents in African universities.
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