“I was supposed to meet a client in Maryland and while at the hotel, I bought food worth $20 and tipped them about $200. I was not myself while doing these things. Then I went outside the hotel, took down the flag and set it on fire. I had already burnt my KNUST certificate and passport while inside the room,” he revealed.
Fiifi added that “he was arrested and sent to court but the judge realized that I was not okay. So I spent only a year and some months in the correctional facility then I was taken to the hospital for treatment.”
According to Fiifi, the relationship with his high school sweetheart was not a smooth one since he had to go in and out of Ghana regularly.
“We revived the relationship when I came back to Ghana for the third time and that's when the pregnancy came in. I left the country and later I realized she has pregnant but she gave it to another man,” he said.
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