Emerging female gospel artiste, Ewurabena Otsiwah has downplayed the perceived notion that a married couple who live in the same house with their in-laws don’t have a successful marriage.
“I’m speaking from my point of view maybe living in the same house with my in-laws, that’s a blessing from God just so I could push my ministry,” she said.
Speaking on Kastle Entertainment Show with Kastle FM’s Amansan Krakye, Ewurabena Otsiwah who also works as a science teacher at Kasoa said she’ll be forever grateful to her mother in-law for being extremely good.
“To be honest some in-laws are extremely good and I will forever be grateful and thankful to my mother inlaw and my sister in-laws,” she told the host.
“There are some situations which is someway but sometimes what you do and how you carry yourself whilst in their midst speaks a lot since they are there to help you raise and nurture the kids,” she added.
Ewurabena Otsiwah is a Central Region based gospel artiste who attended Mfantseman Girls’ High School and St. Francis College of Education and later attended University of Cape Coast for her Bachelor’s degree.
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)