Late Fennec Okyere’s ex-wife marries again!

Ex-wife of the late Fennec Okyere, Amaki has moved on after the brutal murder of her husband two years ago. can confirm that Amaki has found love and settled down again. She reportedly got married a few days ago at a wedding in Aburi with few friends and family.

Amaki’s new husband’s name is not readily known, but according to sources, he is a financially stable young man who resides at Spintex Road in Accra and he has also married before with kids whiles Amaki also has a son with the late Fennec Okyere.

It’s not too clear how long Amaki and her husband have known each other, but they have obviously decided to put the past behind them to begin a family together. A source has however, hinted that Amaki’s husband knew Fennec before he died.

Amaki and Fennec got married on January 21, 2012 and they remained legally married until Fennec was killed at his Manet Gardens residence on the Spintex Road in Accra on Thursday, March 13, 2014 by unknown assailants. He died at age 31.

After Fennec’s death, Amaki who had reportedly left her marital home several months before Fennec died, was accused of her husband’s death and for that reason Fennec’s family did not acknowledge her as the widow. Amaki did not participate in Fennec’s burial and she was not even allowed to say her final goodbye to her late husband.

Fennec Kwame Okyere was a Businessman and a Talent Manager and before his death he was an employee of Jospong Group of Companies; operators of Zoomlion, J.A Plant Pool, Appointed Time Screen Printing, Union Savings & Loans, Creator Digital among others and he was also the Manager for award winning Ghanaian Rapper Kwaw Kese aka Abodam.

It’s been about two years, five months since he died and Police have not been able to apprehend his killers.

Written by Web Master

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