Residents in the Northern Regional Capital, Tamale are in a state of shock after it emerged that, a young lady who is supposed to tie the nod with his partner next Month was caught cheating on her husband to be.
According to information, the lady at the Centre of the controversy, Alhassan Hibaida was caught sleeping with her ex-boyfriend in one of the popular guest house in Tamale.
This was after it was discovered that, the bride to be in a Whatsapp chat demanded to sleep with her ex-boyfriend before her wedding on 20th June 2021 with her husband to be who already paid for her bride price.
The ex-boyfriend happily accepted the offer and decided to meet with her in guest house in the City.
Per the WhatsApp chat of the lady, she described the sexual encounter with her ex-boyfriend as one of the best memories that will live with her for the rest of the her life.
Due to this, the groom to be decided to cancel the wedding on grounds of morality and religion, he announced this on his Facebook page.
This situation has taken a lot of people in Tamale by surprise as they consider this as immoral.
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