Nasara, a former winner of Ghana’s Most Beautiful pageant, organized by TV3, has stated publicly that absolutely nothing in the world would make her husband leave her, although she is his second wife.
Interestingly, Nasara Miriam Abdul Rauf is a Moslem but is now married to a Christian man and is proudly known as Nasara Kittoe.
Not only has her marriage been blessed with a set of lovely twins, she says her husband has bought her five luxury cars in two years and that he even bought two of the cars within two months.
She said just this year; her man bought her a brand new Range Rover Evoque and brand new Porsche Cayenne Turbo S.
Nasara said she also has BMW 4×4 and other elegant cars: “Oh there is nothing that can make my husband leave me; nothing, nothing at all. Absolutely nothing and I know what I am talking about,” Nasara Kittoe told Delores Frimpong Manso when she appeared on the Delay TV talk show over the weekend.
Nasara, however, answered with a “no” when the host of the programme asked her if she had used some sort of charm on her husband.
She also could not confirm or deny whether the first wife also enjoyed the same enviable treatment from their husband.
Though very little is known about Nasara’s husband, NEWS-ONE gathered he is a super-rich financial engineer who until recently was Managing Director of a popular Ghanaian-owned private financial institution.
Nasara, during the interview, said she did not have any qualms at all about being a second wife as long as she was happily married and had all that she wanted in the marriage.
She explained that decision was personal; adding that people should be allowed to do what makes them happy and not take decisions just to please others.
Nasara made the headlines in Ghana in 2012 when she was accused of stealing a mobile phone and make-up kit of Miss England during a beauty pageant outside the country.
“That issue, hmm, it is sad the way it was handled because it was never true. Look at me; how can I steal a phone. It is past and gone so I don’t want to talk about it. TV3 did not bother to investigate to find the truth,” Nasara noted.
Another interesting issue that came up in the interview was when Nasara admitted she was using some cosmetics to change the colour of her skin.
She, however, insisted what she was doing amounted to “skin toning” but not “skin bleaching”. The former beauty queen justified her skin toning and said it was a personal decision and that as long as it made her happy, society should let her be.
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