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I married a Whiteman because no Ghanaian man came forward- Prof. Elsie Kaufmann

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Professor Elsie A. B. Effah Kaufmann, host of the popular National Science and Maths Quiz has shared a bit of her private life.

The popular Quiz Mistress, whom Ghanians have come to love has shared some personal details about her love life and family.

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In a recent appearance on last week’s episode of the Delay show, Prof. Kaufmann revealed that she had been married before to a Whiteman whom she shares three beautiful children with.

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When asked by Delay why she did not settle with a Ghanaian man, she responded while laughing;”No Ghanaian man came forward.”

Prof. Kaufmann, who has kept her private life away from the public’s eye also revealed that she’s a divorcee now.
“I used to be married but not anymore,” she told Delay. Prof. Kaufmann is however, open to finding love again. “It depends, if I find the right person, maybe,” she expressed.
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  1. Anonymous

    September 27, 2022 at 10:35

    I don’t believe even when we come out your intention is you want to.marriege a white, because some of Ghanaian woman don’t talk nice to man bcs you you have power

  2. Anonymous

    September 27, 2022 at 12:20

    That’s ok but my son will marry your daughter so the it will balance.

  3. Kwame Sarpong

    September 27, 2022 at 13:01

    Very interesting answer, Ms Elsie Kauffman. She said it correctly, no Ghanaian man would come forward, hence her take with a whiteman. It tells me, her belief of marriage as trust and respect with love coming later on.

    Again, she did not rule out the possiblity of doing it another time if the right man comes around. Definitely, Ghana has a lot of eligible men on the block for her since she is in her homeland.

    I wish her all the best.

  4. PETER

    September 27, 2022 at 19:59

    If she says no Ghanaian came forward, then I am ready.

  5. Judah

    September 27, 2022 at 23:23

    Oh my God, where have you been madam, been hovering and sueving to fine you and now you are here, my empress come to Daddy. Connect and let’s chat.
    Am ready to take u to the alter the second time.

  6. Harri

    September 28, 2022 at 07:47

    Is not about GHANAIAN WOMEN DON’T NO HOW TALK TO MEN WELL WHEN THEY HAVE POWER, IT IS BECAUSE SOME MEN DON’T NO HOW TO TALK TO WOMEN. IF U TALK TO SOMEONE IN A NICE WAY U WIL) GET THAT SOME TALK BACK.

  7. Anonymous

    September 29, 2022 at 13:43

    Prof no apology with whom you fall in love. True love know no colour

  8. Anonymous

    September 29, 2022 at 23:21

    Let’s chat, Prof.

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