London-based Ghanaian, Nana Kwadwo Asaw has revealed that he brought his Ghanaian girlfriend to London to stay but his fiancee he's got him arrested twice. In an interview, Nana Kwadwo indicated that he believes bad company made her change. She lived in one of London's Island, however, came back with a changed person. She was there with our children but when she came initially, she lived with me here in Dalston. After staying there for years, I asked her if to come and stay with me here in Dalston because traveling to the island became dangerous and stressful, Nana said it has not been easy for him, he has hustle in the UK.
Nana disclosed that he came back from a wedding once and was confronted by his wife. According to her, she heard that he was flirting with another woman. This resulted in an arrest and detention, in a maximum prison for two weeks. She fails to cook for me nor the kids. I got home one time to prepare fufu for the kid and one was not eating so I scolded him. She came down and in an argument, I tapped her and said she should go back to the island. She later called the police and got me arrested. Nana added that he never saw such behavior when they were dating because he used to go back to Ghana twice a year and we stayed together. The moral lesson, we must study the person we want to spend the rest of our life with well before putting the ring on her finger.
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