Remember The 97-year-old man who married A 35-year-old Woman, See What has Happened to him

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Marriage is viewed as once-in-a-lifetime decision. One of the promises the man of God asks the couple to make as he blesses their union is to be together for better or worse.

With this, it is normal that only death will be able to separate the two until a choice has been made. Therefore, they should be together in both great and helpless occasions.

With regards to marriage, age is one factor that people connsider. Couples’ ages ought to be comparative in age, as indicated by prominent sentiment.

Others gauge the monetary force of the other half prior to choosing whether or not to wed.

It is strange for a 35 year-elderly person to wed a man who is 97 years of age. That was not the situation with Akua Asabea and Akwasi Gyan, also called Agyaba.

The couple’s wedding service occurred in the year 2020, and it drew the attention of most Ghanaians.

Akua Asabea, who was 35 years of age at that point, reported that she consented to wed Agyaba, who was 97 years of age at that point, due to his generosity.

She likewise said that their relationship was solid. Numerous individuals are interested what befell the couple following a couple of long stretches of marriage.

Fortunately Akua Asabea and Agyaba are still attached and cheerful. Akua Asabea hasn’t abandoned Agyaba, despite the fact that he’s getting older.

Agyaba’s life span has been due to his enjoyment of life and his fascination with local herbs. They as of now have four children together and have not added to their family yet, to the extent people in general know.

Agyaba is still alive and well in Obuasi with his wife. Allow us all to keep on appealing to God for Agyaba’s long life

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