- A Ghanaian woman is seeking to divorce her husband over his 'tiny' manhood
- According to the woman, her husband is unable to perform in bed due to his small 'joystick'
- The moment the woman was venting her frustration in a radio show has emerged in a video online
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A distraught Ghanaian woman is on the verge of divorcing her husband over his inability to satisfy her in the bedroom due to his small manhood.
The Kumasi-based woman has reportedly dragged her husband to court to annul their marriage due to his poor performance in bed.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, the visibly troubled woman disclosed that her husband provides for her needs, but is unable to give her the pleasure she wants in bed.
According to the woman, her husband’s male reproductive organ is too small, and as result, he's unable to give her maximum pleasure.
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Explaining her predicament on radio, captured in the video, the woman compared her former partner's joystick, saying her ex-lover could satisfy her.
The woman further stated that she wants an end to the marriage because she doesn't want to cheat on him in their marriage.
Watch the video below:
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She indicated that those men who have thicker muscles are expected to be thick down there as well, but it is disappointing when some of them strip.
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