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4 Ghanian Couples Whose Marriages Ended Because Of Cheating!



Marriage, often seen as a bond built on love and trust, can sometimes falter under the weight of infidelity.

In Ghana, several high-profile couples have seen their relationships crumble due to cheating scandals, highlighting the painful reality that even seemingly strong unions can unravel. Let’s tske a look at  the stories of four Ghanaian couples whose marriages ended amidst accusations of betrayal and infidelity.

Xandy Kamel and Kaninja (2019):

Actress Xandy Kamel and sports presenter Kaninja got married, but their union only lasted nine months. They split up bitterly, with Xandy accusing Kaninja of cheating and hurting her emotionally. She said she never felt loved or happy in their marriage.


On the other hand, Kaninja blamed Xandy for not doing household chores and accused her of spending money on other partners.

Joyce Blessing and Dave Joy (2020):

Gospel singer Joyce Blessing and her husband, Dave Joy, separated in 2020 amidst rumors of Joyce cheating.

These rumors got worse when Dave allegedly had DNA tests done for their three children. Joyce denied the accusations, but Dave confirmed the divorce, saying Joyce was still legally his wife.

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Afia Schwarzenegger and Lawrence Abrokwah (2017):

Actress and socialite Afia Schwarzenegger and Lawrence Abrokwah had a grand wedding in 2016, but their marriage ended in a scandal.

caught Afia with another man in bed and recorded a video of the incident that went viral. After a long legal battle, they divorced in 2020.

Funny Face and Elizabeth (2016):

Comic actor Funny Face and his ex-wife, Elizabeth Nana Adjoa Ntim, got married in 2014 but divorced in 2016 because of cheating allegations.

Funny Face announced their split on Facebook, admitting his shortcomings. They both moved on, with Funny Face remarrying and having kids, and Elizabeth also tying the knot again in 2021.


The stories of these Ghanaian couples serve as sobering reminders of the fragility of marriage in the face of betrayal. Despite the public scrutiny and personal pain, each individual has embarked on a journey of healing and, in some cases, found love again.

As we reflect on these narratives, may they prompt us to cherish and nurture the bonds of trust and fidelity in our own relationships, recognizing that love, though resilient, requires constant care and commitment to thrive.

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