Kalsoum Sinare gives the powerful secret to her 26 years of marriage as she celebrates husband Tony Baffoe on his birthday

Veteran Ghanaian movie personality, Kalsoum Sinare Baffoe has shared what in her assessment could be the secret to long and accomplishing a desired marriage and becoming an over the place card holder is absolutely not part of the deal.

Successfully tied the knot for over two decades to Ghana Black Stars legend Tony Baffoe, Sinare might have something special towards the discussion.

Feminists may not agree with her comments though.

According to the multiple award-winning actress, the concealed powers behind her long-lasting and triumphant marriage has always been obedience and submission to her husband.

“Most women have to understand that marriage is a life-journey. There’s always backs and forth because the journey isn’t always smooth. But then, as a woman you’ve to humble yourself and be submissive to your bread winner in order to keep the journey going”.

“Another key point is God first in all things and that’s my major secret in my 26 years of marriage” she said.

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Kalsoum Sinare who was curvaceous and saucy in her youthful ages and still hot in our eyes is married to Tony Baffoe who was also once a giant Ghana Black Stars footballer and they are happily married ever since 1994.

In celebration of her husband’s birthday, Sinare shared a video of the good times they’ve shared together as a couple, adding her heartwarming wishes.

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With almost 100 to her credit, Kalsoum S. Baffoe has showcased her creative prowess in most the best selling movies on the continent she has starred in, notable among which are, “Forever Young”, “A little affair”, “Wife Material”, etc.

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