I Was 'Sacked' - Akuapem Polo's 'Husband' Cries Revealing More Sad Details To Abeiku Santana.
The immediate past husband of Akuapem Polo could not control his emotions as observed in his face. He revealed more details to Abeiku Santana that he was indirectly sacked from going to the court to show solidarity to the woman who gave birth to his son.
He Explained that, when he Heard that Akuapem Polo was been sent to court, he went to his former mother in-law Who is Akuapem Polo's mother. He Told the woman that he wants to go with them to the court to show solidarity.
According to him, the woman kept looking at his face and never uttered a word. As to whether he should come or not. When he got home, he received a call from one guy from Akuapem Polo's family.
He told the guy that he wants to join in going to the court but the guy told him plain that he should not come there. And that they will handle everything on their own.
He made this sad details when Abeiku Santana asked him why he has been away from the court proceedings if indeed he loves Akuapem Polo not as a wife or girlfriend but the mother of his son.
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