Men of Atwima Techiman in the Kwadaso Municipality of the Ashanti Region have corroborated concerns by their wives in the area that they are weak in bed and therefore cannot last beyond two minutes during sex.
According to them in an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com, the situation is affecting their marriage as the women feel they are failing to perform their conjugal duties because they are seeing other women.
“We are not cheating on our wives but the truth is that the nature of the road to and from work is making us weak in bed and as a result we are not able to last beyond the two minutes in bed. Some of us risk collapse marriages because of this”, an opinion leader revealed.
They are therefore calling on government to help fix the major road linking the area to Kumasi to save their marriages at the brink of collapse in view of their inability to function effectively and efficiently in bed.
Women of the area earlier this week lamented over the inability of their husbands to last beyond two minutes during sexual intercourse blaming bad roads in the area for turning their hitherto strong husbands into weaklings.
“Our husbands cannot satisfy us in bed and it making us unhappy in our marriages. They were very good but Atwima Techiman poor road network has affected their sexual performance”. The women lamented
It would be recalled that residents of Atwima Techiman in the Kwadaso Municipality of the Ashanti Region and residents from some communities in the Atwima Kwanwoma district on Tuesday June 22, 2021 demonstrated against President Akufo-Addo’s government and Asabea Construction Limited over poor road network in the area.
The road was awarded to Asabea Construction Limited in 2018 and it has been abandoned for almost 3 years after the contractor left the site.
The residents blocked the roads to expressed their grievances and their disappointment in against President Akufo-Addo’s government over the snail pace at which work on the road was progressing.
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