- A Ghanaian woman has disclosed that she would never break up with her late husband in a recent interview
- In a video online, she credited him for the birth of their two children, including a boy and a girl
- The woman, who is now a widow, sat for an interview on Accra-based Adom FM in Ghana
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After years of marriage, a Ghanaian woman has disclosed that she will never end her decades of marriage to her husband, although her significant other is dead.
The woman, whose name was not made public in a video uploaded on social media, credited her late husband for the birth of their two children, including one girl and a boy.
According to her, she could not deliver for years, but he made it possible.
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Death shall never separate us
Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Adom FM, the woman established that she would not allow death to separate them after years of marriage to her deceased husband.
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With her wedding ring still on her finger, she claimed during the interview that her late husband was next to her in the studio.
She sang his praises while noting that their children are now adults with their own children.
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The video of the woman has garnered reactions on social media.
''I need this type of woman in my life in the future.''
''I cheat on Adama small norrr she lef me. Come see love.
''Loyalty at the highest level .''
''You won’t get this today Hmmmmm.''
Ghanaian Woman Becomes First-Time Mom
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that, a 46-year-old Ghanaian woman, Juana Antwi, has become a first-time mother after delivering adorable quadruplets that include two boys and two girls.
Juana and her husband Peter Afriyie Kwarteng, a 66-year-old-old pensioner turned farmer, welcomed the four babies in 2021 at Offinso Asamankama in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Juana revealed that her first child died before labour some 10 years ago and had since dreamed of becoming a parent.
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