- A Ghanaian residing in Germany has revealed that she does not pay bills in her house
- Nana Yaa Adusi Pokuaa said her husband pays for the bills while she uses her money for herself and the children
- She said that their financial management style has made their marriage a peaceful one
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Nana Yaa Adusi Pokuaa, a Ghanaian living in Germany, has said that her husband takes care of all the bills in their home.
She explained there is peace at home because of this arrangement, and they barely have issues like other Ghanaian couples living abroad.
"Things are going very well for me. I do not have any issues when it comes to payment of bills. I buy clothes and other needed items for my children but my husband pays the bills."
"If we lived in Ghana, he would be the one to cater for the family. So why shouldn't he do it in Germany? A man makes money for his wife and children, a woman earns for her children," she added.
Nana Yaa is not the only Ghanaian woman living abroad whose husband does not allow her to pay utility bills.
Mavis Adusu, a Ghanaian in the Netherlands, also revealed that she does not pay utility bills. Her husband is the one who makes the payment.
"I do not pay bills. He does not allow me to pay bills. We do not have any major arguments. The argument we have currently is about me wanting to pay some of the bills and he never agreeing to it. When I buy items for the children, he would ask for the price and pay me back."
Mavis stated that because of how her husband treats her, she showers him with love and supports him in any way she can.
Lady breaks up with boyfriend before travelling to UK
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a UK-based Ghanaian woman said she broke up with her boyfriend in Ghana before travelling.
Eugenia Maud Martin said she announced the breakup to her boyfriend after she got to the United Kingdom and started dating her childhood sweetheart.
She later married her childhood lover and helped him relocate to the UK. Unfortunately, her husband died some years ago.
Man happy his wife joined him abroad
Meanwhile, 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 the US.
"My wife Gloria Ofori, Nana Ama from Dome, has greatly helped me. I've heard people bring their partners abroad, and then they start having issues, but as for me, my wife has helped me."
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