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90yr old Denied bride for being an Ahmadiyya Muslim

A 90year old man, Sadick Ohene Adu, is demanding a refund of money paid as dowry to the family of his bride, after they refused to allow her join him in his matrimonial home for being an Ahmadiyya Muslim.

Sadick Ohene Adu, a resident of Asafo in the Kumasi metropolis claims his bride, Maamuna a 64 year old is an Alsuna Muslim and her family believes the two sects cannot be binded together by marriage

Sadick narrating his ordeal on Atigya hosted by Kwadwo Bawuah, (Abesiriwa) said, his wife died in 2009 after which he decided to get another wife to support him.

”Someone introduced Maamuna, a widow to me last year, so we agreed to stay together as husband and wife after I had done all that tradition demands,” he said.

He explains that Maamuna who lived at Oforikrom introduced him to her family and his intention to marry her was warmly accepted by the family with joy especially for being under the same religious umbrella.

According to him, the family demanded GHc500 as dowry and other demands for the woman which amounted to GHc5000 of which he obliged and paid to the family.

After paying the money to the family somewhere last year, he demanded that Maamuna, bride to moved into his matrimonial home but the family told him to wait because the woman is a leading member of one of the popular parties and was busily campaigning so they pleaded with him to wait after the 2016 election.

”After the election, I went back to the family to pick my bride home with me since all the necessary rite and demand had been met but they told him me I am an Ahmadiyya Muslim and my bride is an Alsuna so the union cannot be possible,” he revealed.

Sadick Ohene Adu is therefore demanding a refund of all the expenses made on his bride and the union but the family of Maamuna is unwilling to pay because they claim dowry paid on a woman cannot be refunded.


Source: otecfmghana.com/Nana Asare Barimah


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