For everybody who has ever contemplated the idea of marriage, surely the thought of divorce has also occurred to you.
In most cases, divorce is the inevitable the unwanted end product of a beautiful thing called marriage. While others have been blessed with marriages that have travelled decades others haven’t had that joy.
For the former Minister of Gender Children and Social Protection, Nana Oye Lithur, her marriage has come crashing down.
The pieces of what we once regarded as a powerful union between herself and high flying lawyer, Tony Lithur (to whom John Mahama owed his four-year presidency to) has come tumbling down.
Details of their divorce proceedings have surfaced online with much of the unsavoury details.
The marriage is falling out on accusations of infidelity on the part of Nana Oye Lithur and Tony Lithur. Tony Lithur is also accusing his wife of abandoning her marital and motherly duties to him and their children.
Tony has accused Nana Oye of being physically abusive of their children, relatives who lived with them and their household staff.
If you have time, read excerpts of the case Tony Lithur made when he asked the court to grant him a divorce from his wife, Nana Oye Lithur:
Marriage and its numerous issues.
Also, if you think you need to judge Nana Oye Lithur, please note that we haven’t heard her side of the story yet.