Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Selassie & VEEP

Ghana’s Vice President John Mahama has made a rather interesting revelation about the pretty lady who keeps his bed warm at night, Lordina Mahama, Ghana’s Second Lady.
John Mahama has confessed that his dear wife is a “jealous” woman who is always on guard to prevent any other woman from snatching him from her.
The Vice President disclosed further that he has however been a very responsible husband who respects his wife and has therefore not given her much reason to get worried or even suspicious that he would go behind her.
“She (Lordina) picks a few knockouts to make sure that nobody is coming too close. If you have something precious, you make sure where you put it, you keep an eye on it to make sure nobody takes it (laughs). So she just keeps an eye but I am good person,” John Mahama noted when he appeared on Smart People, a television programme hosted by actress Selassie Ibrahim.

Though Lordina was not on the programme to explain why she keeps the “few knockouts” as being alleged by her sweetheart, she had in a previous interview explained some few secrets about John Mahama.
She confessed being aware that her husband is perceived as a 'woman's man' but she is not worried about it because she is well-adjusted to that 'hazardous' life of being married to a handsome man.
“That is the hazard of being married to a handsome man; even my friends tease me and say that I am lucky to have caught him (John Mahama) when I did, else if they had met him first, I would not have had him,” Mrs. Mahama revealed.
Lordina also revealed why her husband has other children apart from hers: “John was a bit wild in his more youthful days. It happened at a time we had some turbulence in our relationship and I had returned to Europe where I lived many years before we got married.
“But we have managed to build a stable relationship. He joined me in worshipping at the Assemblies of God Church about seven years ago and it has imbued in him a sense of confidence and made him a loving and responsible father.  He is at peace with himself and God and if I were young and had to marry, I would marry him all over again,” she indicated.
Smart People TV magazine is produced by Selassie’s Smarttys Management and Production.
The actress caught up with the Vice President while he was working out in his gymnasium and aside Lordina, he spoke about his love for music and said he had an iPod which had a lot of music of a number of Ghanaian musicians including Kojo Antwi.
“I like dancing but I don’t go to Kojo Antwi’s show because I like dancing. I love Kojo Antwi; I think he is one of Ghana’s best musicians. I can understand why all the Ghanaian women love him. His songs are very powerful and very romantic.
“One of the popular artistes I have on my iPod is Kojo Antwi. These are from albums he personally gave me. But there are other artistes I like. I like Amandzeba Nat Brew. I like Gyedu Blay Ambolley and I also like some of the younger artistes. I like Shasha Marley. I also like some of the gospel music. I like songs by Cecilia Marfo, Christiana Love and a number of others,” he concluded.
Selassie Ibrahim’s TV programme is an exclusive, personality-profile interview which targets businessmen, lawyers, pastors, traditional rulers, politicians and more. It brings to the fore what they have had to go through and how hard they have had to work to achieve their present status.


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