Nana Ama Mcbrown Narrates How Seeking a child after marriage led her to fake pastors.
Kumawood actress, Nana Ama Mcbrown, has revealed her desperation to have a child for her husband, Maxwell Mensah, leading her to so many fake pastors in the country who tried to take undue advantage of the situation.
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“Though I didn’t go for juju or visited shrines, I prayed with both fake and original pastors”, she revealed to colleague women at this year’s Women in worship 2019 held at the Dome in Accra covered by SVTV Africa and monitored by Ghnewslive.com
According to the versatile actress cum television host, the situation would have been different if she was only dating. “I have a lot to talk about. My sisters, I have cried a lot. If you are dating and you are unable to give birth it is not a big deal…but if you court your trouble and go torment God through prayer and he gives you a man as a husband and for a longer period you are unable to conceive and give to birth that will be the beginning of your woes.
According to her, many in various homes may be going through the same ordeal but urged them to trust in God for a miracle.