Why Did Nana Kwaku Bonsam Breakup With His UK-Based Lover?
In 2013, Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam made headlines when he revealed there wasn’t going to be a Kwaku Bonsam wedding to Gertrude, his longtime London-based fiancée. Today, many people are still asking this question: “why did he chuck such a beautiful and classy Ghanaian?” Many rounds of gossip have rolled on the internet as enthusiasts try to join the puzzle pieces together. However, here are the facts regarding this 3 years old relationship with Gertrude:
First, Dr. Nana considered the spiritual implications of this union
Although Gertrude had given this traditional priest some ultimatums, they could not seal their relationship by walking down the aisle. Nana Kwaku Bonsam kept Gertrude waiting because he had to ensure that there was spiritual synchronization of the two individuals. Gertrude, apparently, could not wait long enough for this union to take place. As a result, she allegedly dropped him and decided to find another lover, meaning that a Kwaku Bonsam wedding with her would never happen.
Secondly, there seemed to have been some cultural divide
Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam was born and raised on the African continent. Gertrude, on the other hand, seemed to have spent much of her time in the United Kingdom, something that did not augur well with the clansmen of Dr Nana. Her flawless UK accent made her an alien before Nana Kawku’s clansmen. As a result, a Kwaku Bonsam wedding to Gertrude would never happen because his people had not endorsed it – and it never took place.
Finally, Gertrude was restless and was pushing things over
Many men do not always like to be pushed. In 2011, Gertrude made several flights to Acra to meet her fiancée, yet Dr. Nana Kwaku Bonsam stayed snug in Ghana. According to snoops close to Dr. Nana, he seemed to have been pissed off by her insistence on a wedding. In addition, her beauty, humility, and intelligence would very much be alien in the circles of fetish priests in Ghana. For the above and many other reasons, there wasn’t going to be a Kwaku Bonsam wedding.