- Trader and divorcee, Obaapa Evelyn, has revealed why she ended her marriage with her ex-husband who is a pastor
- Obaapa Evelyn disclosed her former husband impregnated their house girl
- The single mother of three kids recounted how it happened in an interview with SVTV Africa
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Obaapa Evelyn, a trader and divorcee, has recounted how God exposed her ex-husband who was having extra-marital affairs with their house help and got her pregnant.
The mother of three kids revealed her former husband became a pastor after they tied the knot in a traditional marriage ceremony, and they lived with the house girl in their house.
Recounting how her ex-husband got the girl pregnant, Abaapa Evelyn disclosed that she had to travel to attend to her ailing mother but when she returned from the trip, she discovered her husband had been sleeping with their house help.
Obaapa Evelyn recounted that though she did not catch her husband and the house girl in bed red-handed, she suspected the two were having an affair at her blind side.
She disclosed her ex-husband denied he was in a romantic relationship with the house help when she confronted him.
''I did not catch the two in bed but I petitioned God who knows all things to intervene to vindicate me,'' she said.
Obaapa Maame said she discovered later that their house help was pregnant though the 'man' of God had denied allegations of adultery and insisted he was not being unfaithful.
''But God heeded to my cry. The house girl got pregnant and everyone realised that I was right all this while. And now she has delivered but they are not married.''
Watch the unapologetic woman recount how she ended her marriage with her cheating husband who claimed to be a pastor.
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In other news, rapper Guru has responded to the inconsistency in highlife singer Kuami Eugene's recent remarks that he could not feature in a song with him because he disrespected his managers.
According to the Lapaz Toyota hitmaker, Kuami Eugene's recent explanation that he could not do a song with him because he vilified his manager, Richie Mensah, is incoherent with the facts of the events that occurred three years ago.
Speaking in an interview on UTV's United Showbiz hosted by Nana Ama McBrow, Guru revealed that during the time he asked for collaboration from Kuami Eugene some three years ago, there was no misunderstanding between him and Richie Mensah.
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