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MARRIAGES ARE STRUGGLING IN DUMSOR – APlus

Popular activist Kwame A Plus has drawn attention to how marriages in Ghana are affected by the country’s continuing power crisis.

In a video that he just posted, Kenyan MP Babu Iwino discussed how relationships are impacted by inconsistent power supplies, saying that “couples cannot see the process of lovemaking.”

This is not a novel concern. Babu Iwino brought up similar concerns a few months ago in Kenya’s parliament, bemoaning the combination of expensive electricity bills and unpredictable power supplies.

He pointed out that these factors put a strain on marriages, stating, “Marriage cannot be sweet and successful when the cost of electricity is high. Even in the process of lovemaking, you need to see what you are eating.”

“Marriage cannot be sweet and successful when the cost of electricity is high. Even in the process of lovemaking, you need to see what you are eating. So, when the cost of electricity is high, you will be so depressed and you can’t even deliver because when the lights are on and the cost is high then you can’t deliver well. It’s breaking marriages.”

Babu Iwino’s position has been strengthened by A Plus, which is calling on people to take notice while Ghana deals with its own electrical problems.

“Please loud am well well. How can marriages survive in dumsor when people are not seeing what they are eating?” A Plus emphasised, drawing attention to the broader social impacts of the power crisis.

 

 

 

 

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