A lady named Nana Adwoa who shared her story at Akoma Fm, has explained the reason why she did not marry her fiance on One Ghana TV. According to the lady, she was in a relationship with Emma, who is staying at Canada. He took care of her, the man sent her money and everything she needs ever since Nana Adwoa met him. They decided to get married, so they bought all the things which will be needed for the wedding.
When her fiance came to Ghana for their marriage, she went and visited him but Nana Adwoa found out that the fiance's manhood is too big and also long. The lady was shocked when she saw it for the first time. Now she has decided not to marry the man because she will suffer in bed after they get married.
Nana Adwoa said she is willing to give all the things they bought for the wedding including their wedding ring. But Emma too is requesting for all the money he has given to the lady ever since they met. According to her, Emma did not tell her about the size of his manhood and she is not even having money to pay for what he is requesting for.
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