“Never agree to share an apartment with your wife’s family members” – Kwaku Manu advises men


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Kwaku Manu, a movie star, believes that sharing an apartment with your partner and family can be detrimental to the development of your marriage.

In his opinion, living apart from your family as a man is essential for maintaining mental stability and saving your marriage.

It will be proper not to stay with your family when you get married,” Kwaku Manu stated in an interview with Zionfelix.

Both sides benefit from it. Regardless of gender, it is never appropriate to accept an invitation to stay at your family home or to move in with your spouse. Even though you are a nice person, your family will definitely take advantage of you, he said.

Dramatic circumstances led to Kwaku Manu’s separation from his wife, Dianne Okailey Manu. Divorcing his wife who lives in the United States is confirmed by Kwaku Manu.

Popular comic Kumawood actor Kwaku Manu and his US-based wife, Mrs. Dianne Okailey Manu, reportedly got divorced in September 2021.

The couple reportedly went through a dramatic divorce, despite not disclosing any reasons for their breakup.

Following the event, it was revealed that Kwaku Manu’s continual infidelity to his wife was the cause of their divorce.

The host of “Aggressive Show,” however, publicly refuted these reports and even criticised the blogger for making such accusations against him.

Speaking about his failed marriage, the actor acknowledged that he and his wife were officially separated several months after the reports surfaced.

Yes, Zion, I am divorced. I am the kind that does not stuff things up. My divorce was finalised in the previous year. It is been a while,” he said to Zion Felix during a GhanaWeb-recorded interview.

When the host inquired about his psychological and physical well-being, he gave a positive response and mentioned that he planned to settle down after finding love again.

After a few years of marriage, Kwaku Manu and his ex-wife had four children together.

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