Perhaps those criticizing Maame Yeboah Asiedu for ending her 19-year marriage due to her role as a pastor and counselor will reconsider their stance after listening to the recently leaked audio tape that we have attached to this report.
This leaked recording features Maame Yeboah Asiedu’s husband confessing to having an affair with a woman named Eva on three separate occasions.
Furthermore, the phone conversation between the media personality and her husband reveals that he has been engaging in extramarital affairs throughout their entire marriage, ultimately leading to its breakdown.
Unaware that his wife was recording their conversation, the husband admits to his infidelity but attempts to justify his actions with feeble excuses.
However, Maame Yeboah Asiedu remains unconvinced and continues to question him, exposing his deceit further.
It is worth noting that Maame Yeboah Asiedu has previously stated in various self-recorded videos that she did not initiate the divorce but rather that her husband, overwhelmed by guilt, chose to end their marriage.
This prompted her to move on and marry a Ghanaian man based in the United States.
I am still a woman of God- Maame Yeboah
Despite facing criticism from netizens who accuse her of not practicing what she preaches, Maame Yeboah Asiedu firmly asserts that her credibility as a pastor and counsellor remains intact.
Ghanaians have been quick to condemn her for divorcing her husband of 19 years and hastily marrying another man just 14 days later, labelling her as a hypocrite.
The famed media personality vehemently refuted the accusation, asserting that her divorce has not damaged her integrity as a counsellor and that she is not a liar.
She adamantly declared that since her husband, not her, made the decision to leave, she should not be held responsible for the dissolution of her marriage.
She explained that her ex-husband pressured her into agreeing to the divorce, even though she had not done anything wrong. She further clarified that she agreed to the separation based on advice from the judge handling their case in court.