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Salinko loved his wife too much – Oboy Siki explains reason for colleague’s divorce

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Kumawood actor Oboy Siki has shared his opinion on why his colleague Salinko’s marriage ended in divorce.

He said Salinko was too lenient and generous with his wife, Nancy Owusu, and exposed her to things that made her lose respect for him.

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Salinko, whose real name is Abraham Davis, confirmed his divorce in an interview with Poleeno Multimedia. He said his wife left him without any clear reason, saying she was fed up.

He said he tried to reconcile with her through her father, but he also supported her decision. He denied any allegations of abuse or cheating in their marriage.

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“Madam just said that she is fed up, we went to the father and the father also said he can see the daughter is fed up; no one maltreated her or did anything to her,” he earlier mentioned.

Salinko said the divorce affected him mentally and emotionally, and he almost went mad. He said he had to listen to motivational messages and pray to overcome the challenge.

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“I nearly went mad but I had to manage because initially when I go to the market to sell, I can sit there for a while until someone prompts me before I become conscious of myself. Yes, a lady can tell you that she is fed up without any reason,” he added.

However, Oboy Siki, addressing the issue in an interview on GHPage, said Salinko was partly responsible for his divorce.

According to him, his fellow Kumawood actor, Salinko took his wife to every event he attended, and this made her meet people who were richer and more influential.

“When you take her to places like that, she gets to meet people who are bigger than you. People who have attained a higher status than you so she starts to disrespect you. The big men even send you on errands, right in her presence. You expose her to a lot of things,” he stated.

He said Salinko also gave his wife too much freedom and privileges, which made her take him for granted.

Salinko and his ex wife took photos after their traditional marriage ceremony

Oboy Siki advised Salinko to learn from his mistake and be more careful with his future relationships.

“Salinko will learn some sense from this. When he got married, he takes his wife to almost every event he is invited to. It’s not the right thing to do, marriage isn’t like that. Whenever we go for events, you always grab two seats for yourself, everything that is being served including food, drinks and so on, you take double. Why? When you do that, you are spoiling the woman too much. She sees all these things,” he quoted to have said.

Salinko and Nancy got married on September 7, 2017, in a private ceremony. They were together for six years before their divorce.

Source: The Independent Ghana


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