Ghanaian Woman Painfully Details How Her Husband Divorced Her After Fully Funding His Trip to UK

Ghanaian Woman Painfully Details How Her Husband Divorced Her After Fully Funding His Trip to UK

  • Nana Yaa Nyarko, a Ghanaian living in the UK, has described how her husband betrayed her after she fully paid for his relocation to the European country
  • She regretfully revealed in an interview that her now-divorced husband had cheated and fathered two children by other women
  • Later, according to Nana Yaa, she found out that her husband had brought the children and his baby mother to the UK without her knowledge

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A UK-based Ghanaian woman, Nana Yaa Nyarko, has painfully detailed how her husband and mother-in-law betrayed her after funding his relocation to the European country.

The Londobaed woman, who works three jobs in the UK, said that after taking out loans to relocate her then-fiance to the UK, he paid her off by divorcing her.

Nana Yaa Nyarko details how it all happened

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In an interview with Emelia Brobbey on her Okukuseku show, Nana Yaa painfully detailed how she reconnected with her husband after she moved to London.

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UK-based Ghanaian woman painfully details how her husband divorced her. Photo credit: Okukuseku THE TALK SHOW.
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"When I moved to London, I reconnected with a boyfriend I had in my adolescence in Ghana. For our wedding, I traveled to Ghana and brought him to London,'' she recalled.

Nana Yaa recounted that they had two children before her husband started showing true colours. ''I found out he was cheating on me with someone in Ghana.''

How Nana Yaa found out about her husband's extramarital affairs

She said that her husband had deceived her into believing he was going to Ghana on business when, in reality, he was there to visit his second family.

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"He claimed to be going to Ghana for business, but he travelled there for five weeks to live with his sweetheart, who gave birth to two of his children. I received a call to let me know that. He's brought his two kids, his baby mama, and London with him as I speak to you. She said they are cohabitating in a different area of the UK.''

The radio host Nana Yaa emphasized that in addition to her ex-harsh husband's behavior toward her, his mother, who was allowed to visit the UK for the first time in her life, also encouraged her son's wrongdoings.

"Although I worked very hard to pay back the loan, he never formally filed for divorce from me with my family,'' she recalled.

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German-based Ghanaian preacher speaks on daughter's marriage

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a Ghanaian pastor named Evangelist Bright, who lives in Germany, disclosed that he asked his daughter's husband for one traditional shoe as a wedding gift rather than cash.

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According to the preacher, he decided not to sell off his daughter and instead opted for the traditional slipper, known as an "Ahenema" in Ghanaian slang.

Evangelist Bright admitted to DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa that he refused to give his daughter's hand in marriage after being asked to accept 10,000 Euros (GHc133,632.25) as a bride price.

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Nathaniel Crabbe (Human-Interest editor) Nathaniel Crabbe is a journalist and editor with a degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, where he graduated in 2015. He earned his master's from UPSA in December 2023. Before becoming an editor/writer of political/entertainment and human interest stories at Asaase Radio, Crabbe was a news reporter at TV3 Ghana. With experience spanning over ten years, he now works at YEN.com.gh as a human interest editor. You can reach him via nathaniel.crabbe@yen.com.gh.

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