Of all the Women I Dated, I Chose To Marry The One Who Gave Me Peace Of Mind – Wisa Greid

Hiplife artiste Wisa Greid has revealed the reason he abandoned all the ladies he dated in Ghana and decided to go for the one who was all the way in Canada.

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Speaking to Abeiku Santana on Okay FM, Wisa Greid explained that Marriage was not a journey for kids and as a result the person you married could either make or break you.

” I Married Bella because she gave me peace. She is the best person I ever met and I’m happy I married her. Marriage is a long journey and if you don’t make the decision of marrying the right person, you’ll suffer. Bella makes me happy and that is all that matters”. Wisa Greid disclosed.

He also revealed that he and his wife dated for only three years and decided to get married because it felt right.

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