Ghanaian woman Narrates how her Husband took care of her when her shop got Burnt

Ghanaian woman Narrates how her Husband took care of her when her shop got Burnt

  • A young wife has recently taken to social media to show appreciation to her husband for being there for their family when life got tough
  • In an emotional post, Maadjoa recounted that her partner lost his job and she lost her father just three weeks after getting married
  • The situation got worse when her shop got burnt soon after but her husband took up working as a mate to help support the family

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A grateful young lady by the name of Maadjoa Haza has opened up about the massive challenge that was thrown her way just after getting married.

In a post on a popular Facebook group called Tell It Mum, Maadjoa recounted that just three weeks after getting married, her husband lost his job, she lost her dad and her shop soon after got burnt.

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Ghanaian woman shares how she lost everything.
Sad couple Photo credit: Tell It Mum/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Her husband, Richmond, who is a graduate had to take up a job as mate to help support the family because she was pregnant at the time and could not do much.

Maadjoa revealed that when her husband had as less as Ghc1, he would spend it on her and would go hungry.

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Thankfully, her partner was able to land a well paying job and life is much better now.

The grateful wife went ahead to thank her man for being her rock through thick and thin and wished for the best in all things for him.

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that Maame Achaa overcame a near-death experience after being hospitalised and later showered praises on her supportive husband, Gaitu Mawuli Sampson, for being with her throughout.

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The Ghanaian woman was hospitalised on September 24, 2020, two weeks after her second cesarean section (CS).

I was hospitalised on 24/09/2020 exactly 2 weeks after my second CS, I was in an almost 7-hour surgery on 25/09/2020 ... I woke up with a blank memory, not knowing whether I was going to live or die, where I was, or who the man sitting beside me patiently adjusting my hand so my blood transfusion will run well was,'' she said in a Facebook post.

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