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Dagomba men are wicked, jealous and very stingy — Direct Sibling of Habiba Sinare backs her sister

 

A beautiful Lady, who is a direct sister of Habiba Bassit Sinare, Amina Bassit has backed Actress Habiba Sinare saying the actress is not wrong because she knows Dagomba men to be jealous and very stingy.

According to Amina Bassit, not only are Dagomba men stingy and jealous, they are wicked. She didn’t add her experience that warranted such generalized statement in support of her sister Habiba Sinare.

Her reaction comes after Ghanaian actress, Habiba Sinare said people from the Northern part of the country are hard to deal with after her collapsed marriage. According to the actress, her assertion is based on her marital experience with her ex-husband who is a former Black Stars player, Abdul Majeed Waris. Speaking in a yet-to-be-aired episode of ‘Just Being Us” hosted by MzGee, Habiba Sinare disclosed that she was made to suffer in the hands of her countrymen and has since resolved never to marry a northerner again.

Among other things, she said she was subjected to difficult circumstances and inhibited from living freely by sometimes, her in-laws

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Amina Abdul Bassit said she supports Habiba Sinare.

She wrote: “Ooooo Suraiya Gomda  your post  says how envious you are …Madam what’s ur problem Gosh. she said nothing but the truth, Dogomba men are wicked, jealous and stingy …Madam mai Hasada  please don’t bring out ur frustrations on her and let her shine in peace”

She was however advised to stop the generalization as it was unhealthy.

“Amina Abdul Bassit I think the best way you could said it was “the few dogomba men I’ve dated or married are such.. it very wrong of you to generalize it”

 

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