It is the duty of wives to train their husbands because they are their second mothers – Akosua Agyapong

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Akosua Agyapong, a highlife musician from Ghana, has a lot to say on how wives ought to treat their husbands.

She stated during an appearance on Nana Ama McBrown’s show that a woman’s role is to educate and shape her spouse into a better man.

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During her conversation with the host on the broadcast, Akosua Agypong defined the meaning of each letter in the word mother.

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“When we say mother, the M means that we maintain a home. When you are a mother, your home has to always been in order. Don’t leave things lying around. The O means you must be obedient. Some women don’t respect their husbands, so their children think it’s normal. T means we are teachers and trainers. As a mother, you are not to teach only your children. Teach your husbands too. Some men don’t know how to put their clothes together. Show him. Sometimes when things don’t go well, teach him because you are his mother”.

Akosua Agyapong began her career at a young age and has continued to do so. She is a tireless female musician who, during the height of her career, competed favorably with her male rivals in the highlife genre.
The marriage between Akosua Agyapong and Amandzeba did endure forever, just like many famous unions. The couple separated after around eight years of marriage.

Incompatibility has been regarded as one of the primary causes of Agyapong and Brew’s divorce. Three daughters and a boy, totaling four, were a blessing for them.


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