The Gargantuan Comedy Of Agya Koo And Wife Adwoa Vic.
4/22/2012 2:40:05 PM -
Let's begin to be real with Owusuaa and hubby Adu Kofi's gargantuan comedy show. I sometimes think "my own pig is trying to bite me", taking certain factors into consideration about the whole comedy. I mean putting all things together it seems there is something, if not fishy, funny about the claims from both sides, especially from Agya Koo.
"Kofi-mama" as Adwoa Vic. will say, is accusing his own wedded wife to have stolen his car for her boyfriend. Wait a minute! How can it ever be possible that his OWN WIFE can steal his car which is registered in his (AgyaKoo's) name and dash it to her boyfriend who is also even living in the same vicinity? Secondly, how can "Kofi Adu-mama" make a report to the police of his missing car knowing very well the car is with his own wedded wife who has equally the same right as Agya Koo to use the car may be for the good of their own child, since they are not officially divorced? Lastly, why should Victoria Owusuaa Adomako who is still officially married to Kofi Adu just move from their matrimonial home and rent another room without customary rite or consultation leading to marriage separation? Sorry! but I can personally not see any plausibility in the whole show.
Agya Koo too, being very pompous, because of his money didn't care about first asking his wife Vic. (who has now become a RED HANDKERCHIEF) about his car but straight away made a complain to the police and even went to the extent of causing the arrest of his own wife for stealing his car.
Meanwhile, Owusuaa is denying systematically that in her 17 years marriage, she never on any occasion laid her hands on even a Cent of "Kofi-mama," let alone stealing a whole Vehicle for her so-called boyfriend.
Don't you think Agya Koo and Co. have maybe seen an opportunity to act another film with their bush fire sort of rumours? Let me give Agya Koo a very nice title, if he is really planning to produce a film with his gargantuan brouhaha, disgracing his own wedded wife who from their beginning during the dry season shared her (only) hard earned 2Cedis with her husband Kofi Adu, and has now become a thief.
The title "Enne Wiase, W'ayeyie Amame Asei" literally meaning "So is the World today, now that you are rich I have become a doormat for you", I think will better fit their scene.
FRANCIS TAWIAH (Duisburg - Germany)