My Husband Said He Has Sold His Wedding Ring When I Asked Him Why He Doesn’t Wear It – Nana Agradaa Reveals

– Evangelist Mama Pat Agradaa opens up about her husband’s behavior
– Husband’s infidelity and relationship with Auntie Mercy Ohemeng
– Husband not wearing his marriage ring
– Explanation of traditional Ghanaian marriage and symbol of marriage.

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Evangelist Mama Pat Agradaa, the head of Heaven Way Champions Ministries, recently spoke out about the challenges she has been facing in her matrimonial home. In a candid interview, she shed light on her husband’s infidelity and his relationship with another woman, Auntie Mercy Ohemeng.

One of the glaring signs of her husband’s lack of commitment was his refusal to wear his marriage ring. Mama Pat Agradaa noticed that her husband’s fingers were bare, indicating that he did not wear the ring they exchanged during their marriage ceremony. When she confronted her husband, Pastor Eric Oduro Koranteng, about this, he casually mentioned that he had sold it.

It is important to note that Mama Pat Agradaa and her husband did not have a church wedding but opted for traditional Ghanaian marriage. In Ghanaian culture, the bride price given by the husband to the wife’s family is seen as the symbol of their marriage. However, despite this cultural difference, Mama Pat Agradaa chooses to wear her own marriage ring as a symbol of her commitment.

This revelation highlights the challenges many couples face in their marriages, including infidelity and lack of commitment. It serves as a reminder that even those in positions of spiritual leadership are not immune to these issues.

In conclusion, Evangelist Mama Pat Agradaa’s openness about her husband’s behavior sheds light on the realities of marriage and the difficulties that can arise. Her story serves as a reminder that every relationship requires effort, commitment, and open communication to thrive.


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The author, Mohammed Froko. He completed his education at Mount Mary College of Education, where he obtained a Bachelor of Education degree in French and English literacy. He is passionate about languages and believes they are important for communication and understanding in the globalized world. He has gained a comprehensive understanding of both French and English through his studies, including their grammatical structures, literature, and cultural contexts. He has also gained practical experience through teaching internships and volunteer programs.
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