- Popular Ghanaian lawyer, Maurice Ampaw, has shared his early struggles in life before fame
- Ampaw revealed that before he married his wife he did not have a job and his wife had to provide for their family
- The controversial lawyer said his wife fed their family for two years
Controversial Ghanaian lawyer Maurice Ampaw recently marked his sixteenth wedding anniversary and disclosed the challenging circumstances under which he got married.
The popular lawyer got married to his childhood friend Evelyn after they dated for 15 years. His wife was the financial backbone of their family for two years after their marriage.
"When I tied the knot to my wife, I was not a lawyer and had to save money for school. I did not leave housekeeping money."
Ampaw and his wife had to wait for ten years before they were gifted with children.
Ampaw said he and his wife, then his fiancée, were deeply in love at the time and even after 16 years of marriage, it feels like they only met yesterday.
''When I was dating my wife, we did not have sex for over 15 to 18 years,'' Ampaw, who was the youth president at the time told ghananewspunch.com.
He revealed that his wife, Evelyn, earned a modest income as a dressmaker and fashion designer and it was from her small earning that she provided for them.
Ampaw was born on September 24, 1968, to the late Gibson Dotse Ampaw, a minister under the Busia government who won the Akyem Abuakwa seat for the United Party (UP).
In other news, an 85-year-old elderly man has tied the knot with his female partner in a beautiful wedding ceremony and images of their special nuptial have gone viral.
Breya M. Johnson with Twitter name @TheBlackLayers splashed images of her grandfather and his bride after their admirable wedding.
Photos of the elderly couple at their wedding trended as the became internet sensations following news of their leap wedding on Saturday, February 29, 2020.
@TheBlackLayers, who revealed that her 85-year-old grandfather evoked an overflow of joy in her after he tied the knot with his fiancée also disclosed that her grandfather had already lost two wives.
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