I am very proud of that and that’s why I feel disgusted by the number of broken marriages and the concomitant negative impact it has on the innocent children from that relationship.
I know that sometimes, circumstances pertaining in a certain home might make it preferable to have the family broken up some how.
The sad truth though is, in as much as money brings a modicum of ‘satisfaction’ in the home yet, it would not necessarily bring happiness.
Both Ghanaian men and women insist of me marrying a Ghanaian and staying in the country.
But for me, a westerner and an American, this sign of affection is a little too overbearing.
However, it is equally true that a greater majority of these men, in spite of their good intentions still fail in their endeavour due to a variety of reasons.
A lot of them fail not for lack of effort but rather because they did not do the basic things right.