When addressing Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win’s first wife’s interview on Mona Gucci’s Biribi Gyegye Wo, Prophet Kumchacha made this comment. Partners in a marital argument, according to Kumchacha, would always try to make themselves seem good in the media. He did observe, though, that Lilwin’s ex-wife seemed distressed in her words.
As a result of this discovery, he advises women avoid entering marriages based on what they anticipate to gain from it.
“A woman can stay in a marriage for 25 years and claim she hasn’t gotten a single pin out of it.” I’ve never heard of a married lady claiming to have acquired a knife as a result of her marriage.
They always claim that marriage provided them with nothing. Always bemoaning the fact that they have nothing after 25 or 20 years of marriage…
“Please understand that marriage is not like the Makola fabric that you sell for profit. Don’t get married for the sake of making money. You are married and have children because of God’s mercy, and God has given them to you for free. So, what else do some women hope to get from marriage?”
Lil Win’s ex-wife, Kumchacha, was similarly counseled to go on with her life by Kumchacha. He stated that now that Lil Win has found a new bride, a reconciliation is no longer an option. Prophet Kumchahca also urged the split couple to resolve their differences outside of the public, especially for the sake of their children’s safety.