A sad photo of the secret second wife of the killed Mfantseman member Parliament Mrs. Sara Quansa have surfaced with her two children during the funeral of her beloved husband Honorable Ekow Quansa Hayford, and sister of the second wife, Maame Asabea has revealed Sarah went to his one- week memorial service with their marriage certificate.
From reports, Sarah Quansah graced the one-week observance of her late law maker husband Honorable Ekow Quansa Hayford which was held at Mankessim on Thursday 15 October.
Reports indicated that the family did not even give them a place to sit officially let alone giving them some water to drink.
Sad Sara Quansa granted an interview to register her displeasure especial at her mother in law who have all of a sudden pretended she doesn’t know her but knows everything about her marriage with her late son.
Honorable Ekow Quansa Hayford was shot by some supposed armed robbers after he was returning from a campaign trail.
His party the New Patriotic Party NPP have chosen his wife Ophelia Quansa Hayford to replace him and contest the seat on his behalf.
Her rival Sara Quansa says she does not want anything from the family but just a recognition that their son married her and have children with her.
Sister of the alleged second wife of murdered Mfantseman MP has revealed that she (second wife) sent the marriage certificate of her sister and the deceased MP to the one-week commemoration service to confirm that her sister was indeed married to the late MP.
But speaking on Atinka FM’s AM Drive with host Ekourba Gyasi, Sister of the alleged second wife of murdered Mfantseman MP, Maame Asabea said they sent the marriage certificate to the one-week celebration to show that her sister was legally married to the MP.
According to Asabea, the late MP tied the knot with her sister in a traditional ceremony followed by a court wedding in 2012.
“They got married in 2012 and they have been blessed with two boys, Ekow and Obama. I don’t know why people are saying otherwise. That was why we brought the marriage certificate to the one-week memorial service,” she added.
The Member of Parliament for the Mfantseman constituency, Ekow Quansah Hayford was reportedly been shot dead on October 9th.
The MP was said to have been shot on the Abeadze Dominase–Abeadze Duadzi–Mankessim road by some unknown assailants on his return from a campaign trip.
Thursday, 15 October marked the 7th day Ekow Quansah Hayford was murdered and to make it a memorable one, friends and family of the late law maker were gathered to commemorate his one-week observance, click here to see some of the emotional pictures from the one-week memorial service of the law maker.