Ghanaian Man In US Says He Prefers To Relocate To Ghana Than Bring His Wife To Join Him Abroad

Ghanaian Man In US Says He Prefers To Relocate To Ghana Than Bring His Wife To Join Him Abroad

  • Emmanuel Osei Bonsu, a Ghanaian residing in the US, shared his reservations about sponsoring his wife's move to the US
  • In an interview on SVTV Africa, he cited the tendency of the marriage coming to an end as his reason for his decision
  • The man expressed a preference for either permanently moving to Ghana or having his wife find her way to the US to avoid potential marriage challenges

Emmanuel Osei Bonsu, a Ghanaian residing in the United States, has expressed reluctance to sponsor his wife to the US, citing potential marriage challenges.

He voiced concerns about some spouses marrying individuals abroad solely for the opportunity to travel, often leading to divorces after arrival.

In an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, Emmanuel said he is therefore contemplating either a permanent move to Ghana or his wife finding her way to the US independently.

Read also

Ghanaian MoMo agent says he would not abandon his business to travel abroad: “I make millions”

Ghanaian Man In US Says He Prefers To Relocate To Ghana Than Bring His Wife To Join Him Abroad
Emmanuel Osei Bonsu in an interview with DJ Nyaami Photo credit: SVTV Africa
Source: Youtube

He emphasised the prevalence of such issues among Ghanaians abroad. He highlighted his preference for starting a business for his wife in Ghana rather than risking their marriage dynamics by bringing her to the US.

Emmanuel stressed his willingness to relocate to Ghana permanently or support his wife's endeavours within the country.

Emphasising the potential problems in marriages involving individuals from different countries, Emmanuel advocated for practical solutions to maintain the relationship's stability. He insisted that if his wife chose to remain in Ghana, they could sustain their marriage without cohabiting, stating that his parents brought him abroad so hers could facilitate her travel.

Watch the video below:

Subscribe to watch new videos

Ghanaian man says marriages in Ghana are better than those abroad

Albert Osei Tutu, a Ghanaian in the UK, also said marriages in Ghana are far better than those abroad, and he gave his reasons.

Read also

Ghanaian in Germany shares marriage woes, ex-wife calls him a fool for bringing her abroad

Albert said most couples abroad divorce at the slightest provocation, compared to Ghana, where they'll at least try to solve their issues.

He gave an example of partners abroad not seeing each other often because of their work schedule, but in Ghana, couples are sure to see each other most nights.

Man happy his wife joined him abroad

Earlier, reported that a Ghanaian man in the US said, unlike other men, he has not regretted allowing his wife to join him abroad.

Koo Ofori said his wife has been helpful since she joined him in America.

"My wife Gloria Ofori, Nana Ama from Dome has helped me a lot. I've heard people bring their partners abroad and then they start having issues but as for me, my wife has helped me."

New feature: Сheck out news that is picked for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!


Online view pixel