Nana Yaa Brefo goes emotional as she talks about failed marriages and current husband (video)

Longtime-working media personality,Nana Yaa Brefo had already revealed the real reason behind her exit from Multimedia.

However, Nana Yaa became the talk of town after she granted an interview with Kumawood actress Nana Ama McBrown with regards to the Bishop Nyarko’s death.

Well, In a series of interviews she’s granted, the former host of Bedwam on Adom TV has opened up on her marital life and the challenges she has faced in marriage.

Speaking in exclusive interview with Accra-based Neat FM, she revealed that she married a fellow journalist and had her only child, a 16-year-old boy, with him but their marriage could not last..

Nana Yaa Brefo added that she later got married to another man but unfortunately that marriage also broke up after about 12 years.

Currently, she said, “I am married to a man in the US and I decided to keep on the low because I did not want any noise about it,” she told her host Ola Michael.

Speaking on the possible reasons for her failed marriages those of other people in the media, Nana Yaa indicated that there was too much talk about their marriages.

“I’ve woken up at dawn for years and it is very difficult for a man to tolerate the fact that he does not see his wife when he wakes up and has to take care of their child all by himself before going to work.”

“Sometimes when you return home, you are asked to return. The calls you make to get guests on a show even could cause problems with your husband,” she said.”

The broadcaster, however, pointed out that she is not aggressive or overly assertive when in her home or with a partner.

“I’m not the type that will kowtow to everything that my husband says but I always give you your respect and consult you on issues first before acting,” she said.

Written by Opoku Asiedu

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