Lady chops pastor’s over Ghc 150k; Says she’s no longer interested in marrying him.
A Ghanaian lady who had previously agreed to marry a Ghanaian-born pastor residing abroad has decided to cancel the wedding just days before the scheduled date.
The decision was reportedly influenced by her parents’ disapproval of the union.
In an interview on Oyerepa FM’s “Aunty Naa Show,” the pastor shared his emotional account of the situation, emphasizing the financial sacrifices he had made for the wedding preparations.
The expenses mentioned, including the purchase of a Ghc11,000 18-karat gold ring, two Ghc 2000 kente cloth garments, Ghc 800 for a master of ceremonies (MC), Ghc 400 for a sound system, Ghc 2000 for beverages, and an additional Ghc 5000 for clothing, were made with the genuine intention of celebrating the holy union.
However, the lady revealed that she had to sell the Ghc11,000 18-karat gold ring to cover her medical bills, indicating the personal challenges and sacrifices she had faced leading up to the planned wedding.
The primary reason for the lady’s decision to cancel the wedding seems to be her parents’ disapproval of the union.
Although the specific reasons behind their objection were not mentioned, it is clear that family support and consent play a significant role in many Ghanaian marriages.
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