Yesterday, we reported to you of how Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah had filed for divorce, accusing his wife, Lady Winnie Amoo Oulanyah, with whom they have two children of “causing him emotional stress” and “denying him conjugal rights”. Well, the DS has finally spoken on the matter.
“My marriage did not work out and that’s why I went to court in July. I did not want to disparage anybody. I just wanted something that had failed to work dissolved.”
Mr Oulanyah said since he told his wife in June they need to go separate ways, he has not heard from her but all he gets from her are “bad text messages”.
Mr Oulanyah even described his wife as a dissenter:
“Marriage is for companionship; physical, social and emotional and spiritual support and if you can’t get those, you are just pretending. What is the worth of marriage if you can’t sleep at night? What will be the relevance of marriage if you cry at night?”
“For 18 months, I was paying rent $2,043 (about Shs7.477 million) per month, $400 (about Shs1.464 million) for bills and then feeding and other expenses. I was in debt and when you go to the Parliament Sacco, you will find my name there, even from Gen Elly Tumwine. This is way too much,” Mr Oulanyah said.
After, his explanation;- Mr Oulanyah advised the young people of today to be careful with modern girls:
“Take time, choose wisely. I did not take time. Study the family background and talk to people. These things of falling in love at the first sight don’t work. The wedding ring is the smallest handcuff, choose your prison mate properly.”
Mr Oulanyah denied claims that he had an affair and it was a reason for filing divorce.
“I don’t do casual relationships, otherwise my name would be all over the place. When I had an assistant I ended up firing, they said I was sleeping with her but all those were lies,” he said.
Meanwhile, we have tried to find out whether Jacob Oulanyah AND wife Winnie Amoo were really meant to be! And we have the shocking results here from our online love calculator.
Dr. Love thinks that a relationship between Jacob Oulanyah and Winnie Amoo has a reasonable chance of working out, but on the other hand, it might not. Your relationship may suffer good and bad times. If things might not be working out as you would like them to, do not hesitate to talk about it with the person involved. Spend time together, talk with each other.
What do you think? Should men be complaining in public that they are denied sex?
Credits to: Jacob's interview with Daily Monitor