A 20-year-old lady set to tie the knot on Saturday has stumbled upon a mysterious find in the room of her husband-to-be and thinks she may no longer take the nuptial vow.
The lady, (name withheld), said she was tidying up her boyfriend’s bedroom on Monday as part of their preparation towards their marriage at the weekend when she found three human finger bones (carpals) in the man’s briefcase at Ashaiman-Lebanon.
Narrating her story on Asempa FM’s Abraboprogramme, the lady said she and the boyfriend had been dating for some time and decided to tie the knot this Saturday.
With the discovery, she is not sure she wants to proceed with the ceremony.
One of the fingers, according to her, wore a ring.
The husband-to-be has also vacated his Ashaiman-Lebanon home since the find, leaving a friend who is to be the groom’s best man, to explain that the man has been a grave digger.
Story by Yaa Asantewaa and Yaa Ayisa (Asempa FM)
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