Ghanaian Lady In UK Said She Doesn’t Want To Marry But Wants Companionship

Ghanaian Lady In UK Said She Doesn’t Want To Marry But Wants Companionship

  • Nana Ama left Ghana when she was three years old to live with her parents in Holland
  • After she married for about seven years and had two children, she got divorced
  • The nurse living in the UK said she does not intend to marry again but would prefer to have someone she can enjoy life with

A Ghanaian woman living in the UK has explained why she does not want to marry again but instead have a companion with whom she can have fun.

The over-30-year-old woman said she divorced her husband two years ago because of something her ex-husband did. She, however, did not state categorically what the man did.

In an interview on SVTV Africa, Nana Ama Ampaw said she prefers to have a partner while they live separately from each other and meet when necessary to have fun.

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Nana Ama prefers to have a companion than to marry
Nana Ama Ampaw said she is dating another divorcee Photo credit: SVTV Africa (YouTube)
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Nana Ama was born in Ghana and taken to Holland when she was three and was raised there. Her parents lived in Holland at the time.

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When Nana Ama's mother relocated to the UK, she asked her to move, too, because of better nursing opportunities; Nana Ama concurred and started practicing as a nurse in the UK.

Acoording to her, after marrying for about seven years in the UK, she and her husband got a divorce. She added that co-parenting has not been easy, but they have a plan that works for them.

The children are often with her on weekdays and with her ex-husband on weekends. When they are away on weekends, it gives her time to spend with her boyfriend or do other things besides caring for them.

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“I believe in marrying once. I don’t think I would marry again. But I have moved on, I’ve found someone who I am happy with. Now I believe in companionship. You have your own place; I have my own place. We see each other on weekends. We travel together and stuff like that.”

Nana Ama said she is dating a male divorcee who also has children.

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She said that because of the sexual demands, she did not have a job in Ghana, which made her start her own online thrift business.

Joyce said she got a job in Canada nearly three weeks after arriving there.

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Alberta, who goes by the showbiz name Albi, described her ex-husband, a pastor, as a calm and soft-spoken man.

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