Ghanaian actor, Kwaku Manu has offered a piece of guidance to couples. He expressed that it isn't fitting for individuals to permit their sisters and mums to remain with them after marriage.
The outspoken actor demonstrated that numerous issues will manifest in the event that they stay with their families in a similar house after they have married. He focused on how mistakable it would be for individuals to take such a choice during a meeting with ZionFelix on the 'Whole' Show. As indicated by him, these relatives are equipped for demolishing the marriage if care isn't taken.
Kwaku Manu affirmed it's a couple of families that can uphold their parents in law who are remaining in their family house. He added that sisters living with their siblings and sisters-in-law could report whatever is going on between them to their mother(s) back home. Kwaku further encouraged men to construct a different house for their families in the event that they have the fortitude.
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