Shameless woman snatches the husband of a married woman who gave her a place to stay in UK when she was homeless (read)

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A Ghanaian woman living on the streets in the United Kingdom has been accused of betraying a good Samaritan who helped her find lodgings.

The marriage of the kind-hearted person who took in a homeless Ghanaian woman ended up being destroyed because of the woman.

Joyce Aninagyei reached out to the blogger Aba The Great to inform him that she had flown to the United Kingdom for work but that her employer had not yet begun and that she does not have a place to stay.

Ghanaian woman snatches the husband of a married woman who gave her a place to stay in UK when she was homeless (see details)

She begged Aba the Great to help her find someone in the United Kingdom who would give her a place to stay until she got a job and started making enough money to pay rent.

Aba made a public appeal for assistance on her Facebook page, and her sister, who lives in the United Kingdom, responded immediately.

Aba’s sister made the generous offer to stay with her at the house that she shares with her husband and their two children.

She kept looking for work and finally got a job in London.

When this lady finally got her bearings in London, she had a dramatic shift in her attitude toward the person who helped her.

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