The host of a Ghanaian TV program, Akumaa Mama Zimbi, has explained why couples shouldn’t spend money on one other.
Speaking to Berla Mundi on the Day Show on TV3, Akumaa Mama Zimbi disclosed that only married couples are required to spend money on one another; single individuals are not.
She felt that save for exceptional occasions like birthdays, couples should not spend money on one another.
If their partners’ rooms lack chairs, Akumaa also encouraged ladies not to sit on the bed.
Dr. Joyce Akumaa Dongotey-Padi, also known professionally as Akumaa Mama Zimbi, is a journalist for Ghanaian television and radio, a supporter of women’s rights, a blogger, a marital counselor, and an actor.
Akumaa is renowned for her intriguing, but enticing, methods of saying “Medaase” (Thank you).
Additionally, the unique ways she wears her headwear give her the distinct Akumaa brand. Akumaa’s early years, family, and educational background are all poorly known.
However, it is well known that she has been married for more than 30 years to a businessman and that her father is a police officer.
Additionally, the contentious media personality recently made a startling admission regarding the difficulties her distinctive approach has caused.
Mama Zimbi discussed the less glamorous side of her signature headgear in an interview with Adom TV, claiming that it had damaged her hair.
Mama Zimbi confessed to the show’s host Afia Amankwa Tamakloe that wearing the headpiece frequently caused her to experience substantial hair loss.
The TV and radio host claims that the headgear, which has come to serve as her trademark, was securely tied to avoid any accidents when she was making public appearances.